ENGAGE Film Series Presents: I Am Not Your Negro

Join us Saturday April 1st at 10am for a free benefit screening (suggested donation $10), followed by a panel discussion anchored by Black Lives Matter, Hudson Valley, Showing Up for Racial Justice Ulster County, and the Million Hoodies Project of Bard College. This screening is presented by the ENGAGE Film Series (read more on the series below) and proceeds will benefit Black Lives Matter, Hudson Valley. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” – James Baldwin.
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We had such a great time at last week’s screening that we’re doing one more. Saturday March 25th at 3pm in Woodstock. MARWENCOL has won over 25 awards; The Los Angeles Times calls the film “an exhilarating, utterly unique experience” while the Village Voice says that it’s “exactly the sort of mysterious and almost holy experience you hope to get from documentaries and rarely do.”
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Scenic Hudson presents Hudson River at Risk

Scenic Hudson presents a free screening and discussion of three short films in acclaimed filmmaker Jon Bowermaster’s Hudson River at Risk series and a new Scenic Hudson 3-D video simulation of barge anchorages proposed for the Hudson River.
Contact: Scenic Hudson Advocacy Associate Rebeccca De LaCruz to reserve a seat: rdelacruz@scenichudson.org, 845-473-4440, ext. 139 www.scenichudson.org/events.
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Staff pick! Sunday at 8:00, join us in Rhinebeck for a special presentation of BRAZIL, presented by staff member Joel Griffith. (Also showing without discussion on Friday January 20th at 11:30am). 
33 years ago Terry (Monty Python, Time Bandits, Fisher King) Gilliam organized private screenings for critics and powerful movie folks to get his dystopian vision released, and it’s proven to be one of the most trenchant looks at a fascistic society overwhelmed by bureaucratic control mechanisms.
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