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02/17/2017 at 23:09. Facebook
::THIS WEEKEND AT BAM:: Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller kicks off with Rosemary's Baby, Night of the Living Dead, and The People Under the Stairs. Black Women's Cinema continues with One Way or Another, A Dream is What You Wake Up From, and more.

Plus, don't miss I Am Not Your Negro, Oscar Shorts, and an extra adorable BAMkids Matinee screening of Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And...
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02/17/2017 at 22:55. Facebook
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02/14/2017 at 16:48. Facebook
Beginning this weekend, see just about every horror movie you've ever wanted to see on the big screen in Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller.

See the full lineup and purchase tickets, here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
This week, One Way or Another: Black Women's Cinema continues to unveil a rich history of long-undervalued independent filmmaking.

Full lineup and tickets, here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
This weekend only, go behind the scenes of the Paris Opera Ballet as a new generation of dancers train for their performance of Brown’s iconic 1979 piece “Glacial Decoy.” In The Steps of Trisha Brown is playing now at BAM.

In The Steps of Trisha Brown

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This weekend, just let it out. Weep with us during Make Way for Tomorrow and Tokyo Story, two of the most heartbreaking considerations of aging and generational change ever to grace the screen -- together at last.

Tokyo Story and Make Way for Tomorrow

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Oscar-nominated shorts are coming to BAM beginning tomorrow. See them all!
The full program has just been announced for this year's Migrating Forms! Tickets are available for members now and general public on Mon, Feb 13. Check out the full lineup, below:

Migrating Forms

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Beginning Fri, Feb 17, Jordan Peele (half of the Key & Peele duo and Director of the upcoming Get Out) is curating a series that is anything but funny. Get your tickets now for Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller.

Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller

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TONIGHT: See a selection of fiercely personal short form work by Camille Billops, as well as rarely seen shorts from Daughters of the Dust filmmaker Julie Dash -- both playing as part of our Black Women's Cinema series.

See the full lineup and purchase tickets, here: [ Ow.ly Link ]

One Way or Another: Black Women’s Cinema, 1970-1991

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Richard Brody calls Fronza Woods' Killing Time "very simply, one of the best short films that I have ever seen."

See this incredible film and and more in our Black Women's Cinema series, beginning today with Daughters of the Dust and Losing Ground.

Shows will sell out - get your tickets early:

Forgotten Treasures of Black Women’s Cinema

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Get your tickets today for One Way or Another: Black Women's Cinema, beginning TODAY at BAM.

Full lineup, here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Before Lemonade, there was Daughters of the Dust. Before Julie Dash, there was Camille Billops, Elena Featherston, and Kathleen Collins. There was Fronza Woods, Sara Gomez, and Debra Robinson. These women figured out -- one way or another -- how to get their films made.

From Feb 3-23, come see the work of these incredible filmmakers and more in One Way or Another: Black Women's Cinema,...
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One Way or Another: Black Women’s Cinema, 1970-1991

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Manohla Dargis brilliantly breaks down our upcoming Black Women's Cinema series and why you need to see these films right now.

One Way or Another: Black Women's Cinema, 1970-1991 begins Fri, Feb 3. Tickets available now: [ Ow.ly Link ]

A Film Series Honors Black Women Directors

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Once upon a time, Nagisa Oshima, commonly referred to as “the Japanese Godard,” said he preferred that Jean-Luc Godard be called “the French Oshima.”

On Mar 3-16, BAMcinematek presents the daring and provocative work of these renegade auteurs, in pairings, in Oshima X Godard. Check out the full lineup, here:

Oshima X Godard

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In celebration of his upcoming film Get Out, Jordan Peele is guest-curating a series for BAMcinematek, and it's not as funny as one would think. Tickets are now on sale for Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller. Get yours today!

Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller

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We're so excited to announce our upcoming series guest curated by Jordan Peele, half of the Key & Peele duo and director of the upcoming horror/social commentary Get Out.

Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller begins Fri, Feb 17, with tickets on sale Mon, Jan 23. See you there.

Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller

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Way before Lemonade, there were some pretty, pretty incredible films made by black women. BAMcinematek's One Way or Another: Black Women's Cinema, 1970-1991 begins Feb 3.

Full lineup and tickets here: [ Ow.ly Link ]

One Way or Another: Black Women’s Cinema, 1970-1991

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So saddened by the loss of Debbie Reynolds, who recently lit up our screens in our MGM Musicals series. The world will surely have a little less sparkle without her.