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DCTV Presents Screening + Event Series | Spring 2019

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DCTV

87 Lafayette Street

New York, NY 10013

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Join us for another season of DCTV Presents, DCTV’s signature screening and event series that champions groundbreaking nonfiction film. Our Spring 2019 season will be May - June. In addition to our regular weekly Monday nights, DCTV Presents has expanded to include third Thursday matinees for seniors and second Saturday matinees for families.

Available to DCTV Members, a $25 Season Pass grants you access to every event this season, including matinees! Not already a member? When you purchase your pass, we’ll sign you up for a discounted membership for only $15!

See the lineup below, and click each event for more details.

Mixer
MON 5/6, 7PM: DOCUMIXER: HELLO SPRING
Join us to usher in a new season of our DCTV Presents series. ~ co-presented with POV ~

Families
SAT 5/11, 12PM: WINGED MIGRATION
Jacques Perrin / 2003 / 89 min
This visually stunning, Oscar-nominated fave, captures the migratory patterns of birds, shot over the course of three years, on all seven continents. ~ with parent filmmaker Jesse Epstein + Allison I. Villegas Roman, National Audubon Society ~

Screening
MON 5/13, 7PM: THE POETS
Chivas DeVinck / 2018 / 99 min
As they travel through their home countries of Sierra Leone and Nigeria, two poets and lifelong friends explore what has shaped their art. ~ with Director Chivas DeVinck ~

Seniors
SAT 5/16, 12PM: THE EYES OF ORSON WELLES
Mark Cousins / 2018 / 115 min
Dive into the visual world of the legendary filmmaker, witnessing a portrait of the artist as he's never been seen before. ~ with author Foster Hirsch ~

Screening
MON 5/20, 7PM: THE WASHING SOCIETY
Lizzie Olesker + Lynne Sachs / 2018 / 44 min
A stark yet poetic vision of those whose working lives often go unrecognized, turning a lens onto their hidden stories. ~ with Directors Lizzie Olesker + Lynne Sachs, Rosanna Aran of Laundry Workers Center, and Zishun Ning of Chinese Staff & Workers’ Association ~

Work-In-Progress
MON 6/3, 7PM: DOCUCLUB NY: LOVE & STUFF
Judith Helfand / WIP
Grieving her beloved mother and living amidst 63 boxes of dead parents’ stuff, one transformative “yes” turns filmmaker Judith Helfand into a 50-year-old new mother. Now what... ~ with Director Judith Helfand, Editors David Cohen + Marina Katz, and Moderator Lewis Erskine. co-presented with IDA ~

Families
SAT 6/8, 12PM: MICROCOSMOS
Claude Nuridsany and Marie Pérennou / 1996 / 80 min
One effect of the macro camera is to put the viewer on the same plane of being as insects, making it possible to relate to them. ~ with Christine Johnson, American Museum of Natural History + NY Entomological Society ~

Screening
MON 6/10, 7PM: JAMILIA
Aminatou Echard / 2018 / 84 min
A search for Jamilia, the title character in the novella by Chinghiz Aitmatov, about a young woman who rebels against the rules of Kyrgyz society. ~ with special guest TBA ~

Screening
MON 6/17, 7PM: CHEZ JOLIE COIFFURE
Rosine Mbakam / 2019 / 70 min
Step inside a Brussels salon, site of the day-to-day lives and concerns of immigrant West African women in a space they can call their own. ~ with Director Rosine Mbakam via live video chat ~

Seniors
SAT 6/20, 12PM: I CANNOT TELL YOU HOW I FEEL
Su Friedrich / 2018 / 42 min
Su Friedrich continues her ongoing quest to film the battleground of family life. ~ with Director Su Friedrich ~

Screening
MON 6/24, 7PM: POV SHORTS: A TASTE OF SEASON 2
A sneak peek of the latest season of short docs that will be featured in upcoming episodes of this seminal PBS documentary series. ~ co-presented with POV ~

Dates, times, programs + guests are subject to change.
Follow us at @DCTVny for updates and general good things!



FAQs

Is my ticket or season pass transferable?
Tickets are non-transferable, however, refunds are available for ticket cancellations up to 1 day before event start date. Season passes are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Why should I get a Spring '19 Season Pass?
For only $25, there are so many reasons!

  1. it ensures a spot for you at every event
  2. if you attend at least 3 ticketed screenings, it pays for itself
  3. it's a great way to support our organization!

What are DCTV Presents matinees?
These screenings are during the day, and dedicated to families and seniors, respectively.

How can I contact the organization with any questions?
Email us at events@dctvny.org.

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87 Lafayette Street

New York, NY 10013

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

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