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Roma Heritage Documentary ‘Our School’ Opens in Brooklyn @ reRun Theater – January 18-24, 2013

Roma Heritage Documentary ‘Our School’ Opens in Brooklyn @ reRun Theater – January 18-24, 2013

Alin, Beni, and Dana, three Roma (“Gypsy”) children from a small Transylvanian village, are among the first participants in an initiative to integrate the ethnically segregated Romanian schools. In 2006, they set out from their dead-end segregated school for the city, optimistic for education and new friendships with Romanians. Their hopes and innocent optimism quickly

January is DOCUMENTARY MONTH @ reRun Theater

IFP at reRun is a new initiative of the Independent Filmmaker Project and Filmmaker Magazine to program and mentor feature films to play at Brooklyn’s reRun Theater for week runs.  January see’s Documentary Month at reRun with films covering gentrification, technology and prejudice from around the world. ‘My Brooklyn‘ – 1/4 – TICKETS Dir:  Kelly

IFP & Filmwax Present ‘SAHKANAGA’ @ reRUN Theater – Dec. 7 – 13, 2012

In 2002, over 300 bodies were discovered on the property of the Tri-State Crematory in the Appalachian foothills of northwest Georgia, thrusting an unassuming, tight-knit community into the international spotlight. ‘Sahkanaga‘ (meaning “Great Blue Hills of God” in Cherokee, pronounced “sock-uh-nogga”) imagines this event from the perspective of Paul, a teenager who stumbles upon the

Jonathan Lisecki Brings ‘Gayby’ to Brooklyn for Special Four-Day Engagement @ reRun Theater

Presented in partnership with FilmWax, and on the heels of a two-week run at Manhattan’s Cinema Village, Jonathan Lisecki, recently named one of Out Magazine’s 100 Most Compelling People of the Year, is bringing his debut feature, Gayby to Brooklyn for a special four-night engagement. Jenn (Jenn Harris) and Matt (Matthew Wilkas) are best friends

‘My Brooklyn’ Opens at reRun Theater – January 4th

‘My Brooklyn‘ follows director Kelly Anderson’s journey, as a Brooklyn gentrifier, to understand the forces reshaping her neighborhood. The film documents the redevelopment of Fulton Mall, a bustling African-American and Caribbean commercial district that – despite its status as the third most profitable shopping area in New York City – is maligned for its inability