The Harlem International Film Festival and the Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University invite you to a day of film and conversation with three films highlighting local stories of health and wellness.
The 17th Anniversary of the Harlem International Film Festival kicks off with a celebration of Harlem’s legacy past, present and future with a double feature of World Premiere films that are nothing short of historic!
For a limited time Harlem International Film Festival is teaming up with Sony Repertory and Eventive Direct to bring you two of Sidney Poitier’s most memorable films and a bit of Harlem history.
COOGAN’S WAY, which had it’s World Premiere on Opening Night at the 16th Annual Harlem International Film Festival on May 5, 2021, is set to share the name with a new street corner named after the famous local pub that was located there for three decades until it closed in March of 2020.
Virgil Films and Entertainment has acquired 100 YEARS FROM MISSISSIPPI for commercial distribution. The film had its world premiere at Harlem International this year where it won the Best Documentary award.
THE SUBJECT, which picked up the Mira Nair Award for Rising Female Filmmaker at the 2020 Harlem Int’l Film Festival and stars Jason Biggs and Aunjanue Ellis, comes out in theaters and on demand October 22nd.