I Am Not Your Negro

In 1979, James Baldwin wrote a letter to his literary agent describing his next project, "Remember This House." The book was to be a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his close friends: Medgar Evers, Malcolm

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Jill O'Bryan: Mapping Resonance

Jill O’Bryan turns breath into a creative material with questions like how many breaths does one take in a lifetime?

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Madelin Coit: Interface

Madelin Coit creates an environment that immerses the viewer in the liminal space between earth and sky.

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The Salesman

An Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. The latest masterpiece from the Oscar-winning writer-director Asghar Farhadi (A SEPARATION) has the slow burn of film noir and the social won two awards at Cannes, and the Best Foreign Film awa

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Cryin' Out Loud

Call for Artists: a juried exhibition that examines the role of women's and femmes' voices as expressed in art about politics, activism, and emotion.

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Today in the Cinematheque

Visual Arts Public Programs

Close Looking with Elaine Ritchel: Interface                                               Saturday, February 25 // spector ripps project space // 11a-12p // $12 

Uroboros in Response: Mapping Resonance                                                Saturday, March 4 // Muñoz Waxman Gallery // 6:30-7:30p // $15 advance, $18 at the door

Interface in Action: Madelin Coit in the Gallery                                            Fridays, through March 10th // spector ripps project space // 2-5pm // FREE                    


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    A fascinating and gorgeous and very powerful film.” –NPR



    A near-perfect homage to a literary giant” –Globe and Mail



    A finely cut gem of neorealist suspense … We’re caught up in something that can only be called suspense, and it’s galvanizing, but the suspense hinges purely on what’s going on in the characters’ hearts and minds.” –Variety

  • KEDI


    "Magical and remarkable. A splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary about the multifaceted feline population of Istanbul. Heartfelt." –Variety

in the gallery


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in the Muñoz Waxman Gallery

Jill O'Bryan: Mapping Resonance

Jan 13 – Mar 12, 2017



in the Cinematheque Lobby Gallery 

Micaela Gardner: Tomorrow's Yesterday Home

Feb 17 - June 4, 2017


in the spector ripps project space

Madelin Coit: Interface

Jan 13 - March 12, 2017