Unflinching and emotional, Princess of the Row is the inspiring tale of a runaway foster child who will stop at nothing to live with the only family she knows: her father… a homeless, mentally ill-veteran fighting to survive on the streets of LA’s skid row.View purchasing options for Princess of the Row Buy tickets
In this critically-acclaimed, crowd-pleasing festival darling (winner of the Audience Award and Best Film at Sundance) a rag-tag group of undocumented youth — Dreamers — deliberately get detained by Border Patrol in order to infiltrate a shadowy for-profit detention center. Based on true events, The Infiltrators is both a suspenseful…View purchasing options for The Infiltrators Buy tickets
NYLFF celebrates the 25th anniversary of the beloved classic, I Like It Like That, with a special showcase screening joined by the film’s cast — fully reunited for the first time since its premiere in 1994. The directorial debut of writer/director Darnell Martin, and the first-ever major studio release to…View purchasing options for I Like It Like That Buy tickets
NYLFF kicks off with an outdoor screening of Poetic Justice to honor the late, great, Oscar-nominated filmmaker John Singleton. Casting 90s music superstars Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur, and peppered with the poetry of Maya Angelou, Singleton’s follow-up to Boyz n the Hood merges the worlds of film, hip hop,…View purchasing options for Poetic Justice Buy tickets
The latest feature from prolific young Dominican writer-director José María Cabral- whose last film, Woodpeckers (Los Carpinteros), was the first Dominican film to screen at Sundance- serves up some fluorescent Dominican noir in a riveting, genre-bending homage to the power of pre-digital cinema as seen through the lens of an…View purchasing options for El Proyeccionista Buy tickets
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