El Barrio Latino Children Film Festival
Nov
29
to Dec 2

El Barrio Latino Children Film Festival

A multi-cultural and diverse festival that links culture, entertainment and education as a way to foster meaningful discussion as well as creativity within our children. This festival is one of the first and only film festivals in United States to focus on the exhibition and promotion of Spanish children’s cinema made in Spain and Latin America.

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Teatro para no actores
Dec
1
to Dec 2

Teatro para no actores

Destinado a todas las personas que deseen participar en un espacio de aprendizaje del lenguaje teatral para desarrollar su propia creatividad y expresividad como herramienta para el crecimiento personal y profesional.  Para inscripciones y mas información, inscripción oprima aquí.

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CARIBE BESTIAL
Sep
20
to Sep 23

CARIBE BESTIAL

Hispanic Federation in collaboration with Tres Brujas invites you to Caribe Bestial, a humorous play depicting a family before and after Hurricane Maria. The house of Mama Maria is the family meeting point and this year, the impact of Hurricane Maria forces them to delay the annual party. The result of the aftermath of the storm unleashes chaos on a family that just needs to survive. The Guerrero-Fuertes remind us that acceptance is the basis of love and that no matter what confrontations we face, family always prevails.

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NYLFF - A Translator / Un Traductor
Aug
25
8:00 PM20:00

NYLFF - A Translator / Un Traductor

Directed by Rodrigo Barriuso & Sebastián Barriuso

International Features / Canada, Cuba / 2017 / 107 mins / Spanish with English subtitles / NY Premiere

Description: Rooted in the little-known true story of how twenty thousand Chernobyl victims were eventually treated in Cuba, Un Traductor unfolds as a tale at once historical and personal, brought to life in crisply shot, beautifully realized period detail of a Havana on the brink of economic crisis.

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NYLFF - The Wall
Aug
25
4:00 PM16:00

NYLFF - The Wall

Directed by Brian Kaufman

Premieres / USA / 2018 / 80 mins / NY Premiere

For almost 2,000 miles, one line defines a country and divides two worlds. The line has always been about people – keeping people out, keeping people safe, making people believe they can save one way of life, or have a chance at a better one.

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NYLFF - American Curious
Aug
24
7:00 PM19:00

NYLFF - American Curious

Directed by Gabylu Lara                                                          International Features / Mexico / 2017 / 85 mins / Spanish with English subtitles / NY Premiere

Description: Jordan Belfi, Ana Claudia Talancón and Isela Vega star in this romantic comedy about a Chicago-based stand-up comedian, David Green, who finds out that the Mexican biological mother he never knew has passed away and left him a restaurant in Mexico City.

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NYLFF - Nereus
Aug
24
5:00 PM17:00

NYLFF - Nereus

Directed by Georges Padey

US Features / USA / 2018 / 107 mins / World Premiere

Description:  Sara has become reclusive after losing her parents two years ago. In need of a vacation, she travels to Miami with her best friend, Will, and his girlfriend. Determined to help Sara overcome her pain and make some new friends, Will organizes a barbeque with a few of the locals. However, things take a nasty turn when she ignores a mysterious warning and almost loses her life. Desperate to save herself and her friends from whatever appears to be hunting them, Sara sets out to solve the mystery. 

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NYLFF - Heiress of the Wind / Heredera del viento
Aug
22
6:00 PM18:00

NYLFF - Heiress of the Wind / Heredera del viento

Directed by Gloria Carrión Fonseca
Documentaries / Nicaragua / 2017 / 88 mins / US Premiere
Description: Director Gloria Carrión deftly weaves candid, searing discussions of torture, tragic deaths, doubt, disillusionment, and parenting with archival footage and voice-overs of her own memories, to create a highly personal documentary that tells the story of both her parents and her country.

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New York Latino Film Festival - Film Panels and Screenings
Aug
22
to Aug 26

New York Latino Film Festival - Film Panels and Screenings

Since its founding in 1999, the NYLFF produces culturally relevant and entertaining experiences that build audiences for Latino cinema, support the film community with professional development and foster relationships for Latino talent. Programming includes the flagship film festival in New York City, competition programs and community programs.  For more information, click here.

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UMEZ Arts Engagement & Creative Engagement: Grant Information Session
Aug
9
6:30 PM18:30

UMEZ Arts Engagement & Creative Engagement: Grant Information Session

Meet program staff, ask questions, and learn how to build a strong application by attending an information session. Attendance is required for first-time applicants and returning applicants who have not attended an information session for Creative Engagement or Creative Learning in 2015 or later, and for first-time applicants to UMEZ Arts Engagement. Spanish interpretation available.  Interpretación en español disponible. Hosted in partnership with Hispanic Federation.  For more information, click hereRSVP TODAY!

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El Barrio Raíces Summer Camp
Jul
23
to Aug 17

El Barrio Raíces Summer Camp

From July 23 to August 17, 2018 - El Barrio Raíces Summer Program will offers theater arts training for children.  Participants will have the opportunity to learn about several theatrical disciplines including acting, dancing, make-up, ensemble work, costumes and set design.

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In The Name Of...
May
9
to May 20

In The Name Of...

A multi-media exhibit curated by Richard Morales that grows out of the belief that art dismantles stereotypes and builds connections. Each artist in this exhibit helps shed light on different stories from the frontlines of their lives and those close to them. For viewing schedule and for more information, click here.

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Skeletons
May
2
10:00 AM10:00

Skeletons

Jimmy is dealing with the loss of his best friend, his Grandfather. His parents try everything to help Jimmy cope, but nothing works, until the eve of Day of the Dead, when his Grandfather comes back to life for just one night adventure that teach Jimmy many important lessons, including self-confidence, which allows him to move on without his Grandfather. Hosted by Teatro SEA as part of JdBPAC's Imagination Station. 

Special presentation for sutdents. Recommended for second grade and up. Performed in Spanish and English simultaneously

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