Screenings

2017

NYU

April 24, 6:00pm
NYU Social and Cultural Analysis Department
20 Cooper Square, 4th Floor


University of Pennsylvania

School of Design
April 11, 6pm
102 Meyerson Hall
210 South 34th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
For Details click here


Rutger’s University, Newark

February 27, 6pm
John Cotton Dana Library, 4th Floor
185 University Avenue
Newark, NJ


Peddie School

January 16, 11am
Princeton, NJ
www.peddie.org


2016

NYU

December 9, 12:30pm
NYU School of Law’s Furman Hall, Room 212


Barnard College

November 10, 6pm
Urban Studies Department., Diana LL 104


Rutgers University, Camden

October 26, 4pm
Center for Urban Research and Education
Executive Meeting Room, Campus Center


Queensborough Community College

October 19, 12pm
Social Sciences Department


Association for the Study of African American Life & History Annual Conference

October 6
Richmond, VA


The New School

April 18, 6pm
66 W. 12th Street, Room 510 Klein Conference Room


Urban Affairs Association Conference

March 18, 3pm
San Diego, CA
www.urbanaffairsassociation.org


St. Phillip’s Church

Feb. 14, 1pm
204 W. 134th Street
www.stphillipsharlem.org


The San Francisco Public Library

Feb. 6, 12 noon
Koret Auditorium
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA
www.sfbff.org


2015

The Cathedral Church of St. John The Divine

Dec. 16, 7pm
Second Floor Conference Room of The Cathedral House (located adjacent to St. John The Divine)
1047 Amsterdam Avenue (@112th street )
www.saintsaviour.org


BOWDOIN COLLEGE

Nov 11, 7:30pm
Druckenmiller Hall
www.bowdoin.edu


Gotham Center, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Nov 10, 6:30pm
Martin E. Segal Theater
www.gothamcenter.org


Social Justice Film Festival

Nov 5, 7:30pm
NYU Residential Life & Housing
238 Thompson Street, Room C95
www.eventbrite.com


The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture, Chicago, IL

Sept 17, 6-8:30pm
3015 W. Division
www.greatcities.uic.edu/


All Soul’s Episcopal Church, NY

August 22, 4pm
88 St Nicholas Ave (btw 114 & 115th)
FREE SCREENING


Black Cinema House Chicago, IL

July 2, 7pm
www.blackcinemahouse.org


Allied Media Conference Detroit, MI

June 19, 4pm
www.alliedmedia.org


National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), Washington, D.C.

May 29, 7pm
www.ncore.ou.edu


CAAM California African American Museum

April 16, 7:00 pm
Los Angeles, CA
www.caamuseum.org


TSION CAFE

April 13, 7:30 pm
763 St. Nicholas NY, NY
www.tsioncafe.com


Calabar Imports Bed Stuy

Pop Up
March 19, 6:30 pm
Host: Cee Cee’s Salon
351 Tompkins Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
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The Documentary Forum at City College

March 4, 6pm
Shepard Hall
www.documentaryforum.org


Big Muddy Film Festival, Carbondale, IL

Feb 28, 6pm
Guyon Auditorium @ Morris Library, SIU
www.bigmuddyfilm.com


2014

REEL SISTERS Film Festival, NY, NY

Oct 25-26
www.reelsisters.com


Urban Mediamakers Film Festival, Atlanta Georgia

Oct 17
www.umff.com


Mayles Cinema, NY, NY

Oct 9, 7:30 pm
www.maysles.org/mdc


New Filmmakers Series @ Anthology Archives, NY, NY

Sept 17, 6:00pm
www.newfilmmakers.com


St. Louis Black Film Festival, St. Louis, MO

Sept 12, 8:15pm
www.wearemoviegeeks.com


Aaron Davis Hall, Harlem International Black Film Festival, NY, NY

Sept 11, 12 noon
www.harlemfilmfestival.org


Long Beach Indie Film Festival, Long Beach, CA

Aug 28, 5:30pm
www.longbeachindie.com


Capital City Black Film Festival, Austin TX

Aug 22, 11am
www.capcitybff.com


Changing Face of Harlem Comes To The Parks:
Free Outdoor Screening

THURSDAY July 24
Presented by Historic Harlem Parks Film Festival & Creatively Speaking @
St. Nicholas Park
135TH St & St. Nicholas Ave.

8:00PM – music: Jay Rodriguez Trio, Grammy nominated musician & music composer of the film
8:45PM – Changing Face Of Harlem screening


Changing Face of Harlem accepted into the
San Francisco Black Film Festival 2014.

SUNDAY June 15 Jazz Heritage Center 12PM-1:15PM


Changing Face of Harlem
Screens in NYC MAY 3-7

Imagenation hosts 5 days of screenings @ Raw Space
2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd
(btw 121 & 122nd)

Screening Dates:

Opening Night
May 3: 7:30pm
Q&A w/ cast & crew after screening

Opening Night Party: 9:30pm – 12:30am
Featuring live music from Jay Rodriguez, music composer of the film. Jay, a grammy nominated saxophonist, flautist, has performed, produced, and recorded with artists Eddie Palmieri, Elvis Costello, The Roots, Roy Hargrove.

DJ Jeannie Hopper, is host for WBAI’S weekly live radio show, Liquid Sound Lounge, on air for over 20 yrs. Jeannie, a strong force in the underground music scene, gives play to soul infused grooves & soulful based independent artists. She is the Station Manager for Art International Radio.

Community Sponsors for Opening Night Party:
Harlem Tavern, Best Yet Market, Vintage Harlem, Vinateria, Harlem Flo, Chefs On Fire,
Sipper’s Delight Wine Tasting Club

May 4: 5:00pm & 7:30pm

May 5: 7:30pm – Community Partnership Screening hosted by Harlem Business Alliance

May 6: 7:30pm – Community Partnership Screening hosted by Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement (HCCI)

May 7: 7:30 pm


Changing Face of Harlem accepted into the 2014 Charlotte Black Film Festival.

Screens Feb 28 at 10:45am @ 320 E. 9th Street, UNCC Center Building (uptown)


Changing Face of Harlem accepted into the
San Diego Black Film Festival 2014.

Febuary 1 2014