MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE and LIVING QUECHUA at Mayday Space’s Cultural Resilience Film Festival

Mayday Space, a home for movements, social justice activism, and community events, presents Resistance in Art + Action: Cultural Resilience Film Festival on December 12, 2021, starting at 3 PM in Brooklyn.

Third World Newsreel is pleased to partner to present two of our new film releases MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE: THE STORY OF PUERTO RICAN STUDIES IN BROOKLYN COLLEGE and LIVING QUECHUA.

The Cultural Resilience Film Festival will be screening four shorts, along with panel discussions, DJ sets, a live dance performance and delicious homemade food en hoja.

FEATURED FILMS

Making the Impossible Possible @mtipfilm
Directed by Tami Gold and Pam Sporn

Living Quechua @thirdworldnewsreel
Directed by Christine Mladic Janney

Papalotl Muyus @papalotl_muyus_film
Directed By Daisy Bugarin Avila (Semillas Collective)
Written By The ancestors and a dream.
Co-Direction Pati Rodriguez (Mayday Children’s KYR Theater Coordinator)

Nimkii @ishkwaazhe
Directed by Ishkwaazhe Shane McSauby

IN SOLIDARITY WITH @maydayspace @micasaresiste @frackouttabk @semillas_collective @mexicanosxunidos @thirdworldnewsreel @dttp.nyc @wawakuna @brooklynwarmi @gnarlyheadache @pumascollective @nyboricuaresistance @anonymous_ensemble

DJ SETS BY soulhandles, @afterlife_online, @shominoise of @riotchica, brujx boogie of @uptownvinylsupreme

REFRESHMENTS SERVED BY @plant_based_inca @cocina.medicina @fortherecordbk

CURATED BY Marily Alexander @mari_malcriada and Luna Rene @wip.img

RSVP: tinyurl.com/resistancefilmfest

Where: Mayday Space, 176 St Nicholas Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Please note; This is *in-person* at Mayday Space. Please read maydayspace.org/book for more information on our space. We will also be checking vaccine cards for all in attendance — please bring vax card, excelsior pass AND ID!

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Third World Newsreel is a media arts organization that fosters independent, social justice BIPOC films.

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Third World Newsreel is a media arts organization that fosters independent, social justice BIPOC films.

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