The Friday Nite Spotlight features Doug E. Doug’s memorable performance in this magical fantasy shot mainly in Harlem and the Bronx in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Award-winning three-time Alum Christina Kallas is back with the Manhattan Premiere of the final chapter of her “Gun Trilogy” in a night of tribute to Sam Hargress, the late owner of Paris Blues.
The New York Premiere of Ryan Dickie & Abigail Horton’s wild comedy-adventure stars Jason Selvig, Davram Steifler, Reema Sampat and Harlem’s own Kara Young.
In 2005, documentary film pioneer Albert Maysles founded the Maysles Documentary Center – an intimate cinema and event space in central Harlem that is home to an education program offering filmmaking opportunities to young people from the neighborhood.
Before Citizen Kane and the War of the Worlds, leading Broadway actress Rose McClendon and producer John Houseman convinced a gifted but untested 20-year-old Orson Welles to direct Shakespeare’s Macbeth with an all-Black cast in Harlem’s Lafayette Theater.
With the upcoming twenty-year anniversary of the City College 9 and in light of the recent loss of Heavy D, the Harlem International Film Festival presents Jason Swain's 9 LIVES for the final Hi Wednesdays screening of 2011. With the untimely passing of Heavy D this...