Seward Park Library (192 East Broadway) has announced the return of their free curated film screenings after a long hiatus due to the pandemic. As of now, masks are required for attendance regardless of vaccination status.
They will kick things off in October with two screenings, a 16mm screening of Diego Echeverria’s Los Sures (1983) and an evening of short horror films by Black independent filmmakers curated by Laura Fielder called, The Night Comes Darkly.
The full roster of the 2021-22 “season” of 16mm screenings is below.
Click the links to register through Eventbrite and to get a reminder of the events:
OCTOBER // 2021
16mm Film Screening – Diego Echeverria’s ‘Los Sures’ – Wednesday, October 6th @ 6pm
The Night Comes Darkly: a Horror Film Series by Indie Black Filmmakers with Laura Fielder – Thurs, October 28th @ 6pm
NOVEMBER // 2021 16mm Film Screening – Films by the Brothers Quay – Wednesday, November 3rd @ 6pm
DECEMBER // 2021 16mm Film Screening – Mike Kuchar’s ‘Sins of the Fleshapoids’ – Wednesday, December 1st @ 6pm
JANUARY // 2022 16mm Film Screening – Mark Rappaport’s ‘The Scenic Route – Wednesday, January 5th @ 6pm
FEBRUARY // 2022 16mm Film Screening – Oscar Micheaux’s ‘Murder in Harlem’ – Wednesday, February 2nd @ 6pm
MARCH // 2022 16mm Film Screening – Noel Burch’s ‘Correction Please, or How We Get Into Pictures’ – Weds, March 2nd @ 6pm
APRIL // 2022 16mm Film Screening – ‘On the Move: the Central Ballet of China’ – Wednesday, April 6th @ 6pm