In an industry defined by those willing to place themselves in the midst of tremendous danger, photojournalist Marie Colvin (Academy-Award® nominee Rosamund Pike) distinguished herself as one of the world’s most celebrated war correspondents. In his feature narrative debut, acclaimed documentary filmmaker Matthew Heineman (CARTEL LAND, CITY OF GHOSTS) pays tribute to Colvin’s extraordinary life both on and off the battlefield.
Melanie Daniels (Tippi Hedren) meets Mitch Brenner (Rod Taylor) in a San Francisco pet store and decides to follow him home. She brings with her the gift of two love birds and they strike up a romance. One day birds start attacking children at Mitch’s sisters party. A huge assault starts on the town by the attacking birds.
In 1979 Cuba, flamboyant gay artist Diego attempts to seduce the straight and strait-laced David, an idealistic young communist, and fails dismally. But David conspires to be “friends” with Diego so he can monitor the artist’s subversive life for the state.
Strawberry and Chocolate is the only film from Cuba to have ever been nominated for an Academy Award.
Presented with Havana Film Fest NY.
This renowned drama follows troubled former schoolteacher Blanche DuBois as she leaves small-town Mississippi and moves in with her sister, Stella Kowalski, and her husband, Stanley, in New Orleans. Blanche’s flirtatious Southern-belle presence causes problems for Stella and Stanley, who already have a volatile relationship, leading to even greater conflict in the Kowalski household.
5-6 PM / 8-9 PM: Shinnecock Artisans Market (Cash Only)
6 PM: Welcoming Ceremony by Shane Weeks
6:15 PM: Screening of RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World
8-9 PM: Seasonal Harvest Pot Luck Dinner
Two Native American judges reach back to traditional concepts of justice in order to reduce incarceration rates. By addressing the root causes of crime, they are modeling restorative systems that are working and mainstream courts across the country begin to take notice.
Special screening presented with Members of the Shinnecock Nation in observance of Native American Heritage Month.
When inexperienced criminal Sonny Wortzik leads a bank robbery in Brooklyn, things quickly go wrong, and a hostage situation develops. As Sonny and his accomplice, Sal Naturile, try desperately to remain in control, a media circus develops and the FBI arrives, creating even more tension.
When a nice old man who claims to be Santa Claus is institutionalized as insane, a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in court that he is the real thing.
“Deeply Rooted” is the story and celebration of John Coykendall, a renowned heirloom seed saver, master gardener at Blackberry Farm, and a champion of biodiversity and the Ark of Taste. The film, produced by Christina Melton for Louisiana Public Broadcasting and distributed by American Public Television, introduces us to the life-story of John and celebrates saving our seeds and stories
Starr Carter is constantly switching between two worlds — the poor, mostly black neighborhood where she lives and the wealthy, mostly white prep school that she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is soon shattered when she witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend at the hands of a police officer and she must find her voice and decide to stand up for what’s right.