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2031 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard

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Saturday, November 16, 2019 @ 3:30pm



Film: Clean Hands

Director: Michael Dominic
Year: 2019
Time: 98min


Shot over the course of seven years, 2011-2018 in Nicaragua, Clean Hands is a feature-length fly-on-the-wall documentary which tells the story of the Lopez family surviving against the backdrop of Central America’s largest garbage dump, La Chureca and beyond. It is about family, extreme poverty, the hope and innocence of children, rescue and salvation, and the challenges we all face.

Q&A with Director Michael Dominic to follow screening



3pm Doors Open, 3:30pm Screening

RSVP only guarantees a seat until 3:15pm

A reception will follow the Q&A.


ImageNation’s Raw Space
2031 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY 10027
(#2,3 to W. 125th Street)
A Presentation of the New York Latino Film Festival in collaboration with Third World Newsreel and ImageNation



Presented by: The Documentary Forum at CCNY, Third World Newsreel, Maysles Documentary Center, New York Latino Film Festival, Harlem Stage

In Collaboration with: City College Center for the Arts, Department of Media and Communication Arts, Black Studies Program @ CCNY

Co-Sponsored by: Imagenation

Made Possible by: The National Endowment for the Arts, The Rifkind Center for Humanities and the Arts at CCNY, The City College of New York.


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