Feb 252013
 

We are happy to announce that IFP is inviting us back for Round Three at reRun! Join us March 8 – 14 for screenings and conversation with special guests, co-sponsored by Filmwax. Come for the first time, come again, bring friends, spread the word! Full schedule below:

My Brooklyn at reRun Theater (147 Front Street, Dumbo)
March 8 – 14, 2013
Tickets at www.mybrooklynw3.eventbrite.com

Friday, March 8

7:30pm and 10:15pm

Special guest at 7:30pm screening: Lenina Nadal, Communications Director at Right to the City and a New Yorker who grew up shopping at Fulton Mall every weekend, will discuss how Brooklyn fits into a growing national movement fighting urban gentrification and displacement. Director Kelly Anderson will also be present.

Saturday, March 9

9am, 11:30am, 2pm

Special Guest at 11:30am screening: Angela Tucker, Producer/Director of the PBS web series Black Folk Don’t, will have a conversation with My Brooklyn Director Kelly Anderson and the audience about the ways race factors into urban planning and debates about gentrification.

Director Kelly Anderson present for Q&A at 2pm show.

Sunday, March 10

7:30pm and 10:15pm

Special guest at 7:30pm screening: Rob Robinson, of the National Social and Economic Rights Initiative (NESRI), will discuss displacement as a human rights issue.

Monday, March 11

7:30pm and 10:15pm

Special guest at 7:30pm screening: Nathalie Alegre from the Alliance for a Greater New York (ALIGN) will discuss the city-wide picture for accountable development and job creation, including how these issues might factor into the upcoming city-wide elections.

Tuesday, March 12

7:30pm and 10:15pm
Special guest at 7:30pm screening: James Bartlett, Executive Director of MoCADA, will discuss the cultural value of spaces like the Fulton Mall and the impact of new development on Brooklyn’s artistic community. Director Kelly Anderson will also be present.

Wednesday, March 13

10:15pm only!

Thursday, March 14

7:30pm and 10:15pm

Special Guest at 7:30 screening: Christine Gaspar from the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) will talk about how CUP is using the power of design and art to increase meaningful civic engagement around development and land use issues. Associate Producer Fivel Rothberg will moderate.

 

 

 

 

 

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