The Library at the A.J. Williams- Myers African Roots Center, ENJAN (End the New Jim Crow Action Network) Kingston, and the YWCA Ulster County are going to host a screening of the documentary "The Interview". You can enjoy this impactful documentary and have some good conversations and refreshments!!
Black History Kingston and the Woodstock Film Festival present The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks. The unexpected story of Parks and her life beyond the historic bus boycott, revealing the intent behind her activism, her radical politics and her courage. Free film screening followed by a Q&A with co-director Yoruba Richen.
This startling true story stars Forest Whitaker as a Black South Carolina minister who takes in a Ku Klux Klan member who claims he wants to repent. “A powerful film,” writes Associated Press film critic Mark Kennedy. “Feels uncomfortably current,” writes Jeannette Catsoulis in The New York Times. “If you see it, you’ll learn something,” […]
Gene Roddenberry’s important inspiration for “Star Trek”. The first film to depict a faster than light starship. The first film set on a distant planet outside our solar system. The first film to depict a robot with a distinct personality. The first film to use an entirely electronic musical score. A Sci-Fi classic for any […]
The Ashokan Center will screen the silent film “The Man Without a World,” accompanied by an original live klezmer music score performed by Alicia Svigals (violin) and Donald Sosin, (piano). The 1992 independent film centers on life in a Jewish “Shtetl” in Poland in the late 1920s and is shot in a style that recalls […]
The Masters of Horror co-star in two horror classics- “The Black Cat” (1934) and “The Raven” (1935)! Following the release of “Dracula” and “Frankenstein” in 1931, Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff reigned as Hollywood’s undisputed Masters of Horror. “The Black Cat” would be the first film to co-star the two horror heavyweights and would become […]
It’s an all out MONSTER RALLY as Bud and Lou tangle with the Frankenstein Monster, Dracula and the Wolf Man in one of the great centerpieces from the “Golden Age of Classic Monsters." Count Dracula (Bela Lugosi) needs a brain to put into the Frankenstein Monster (Glenn Strange) and has chosen Lou as his unwilling donor. […]