Art + Culture

Brooklyn Arts Council Film Series Remembers Sandy

Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC) presents Scene: Brooklyn Film Series 2013: Commemorating the 1st Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. BAC brings together three locally-made films, ranging from documentaries to dramas, inspired by or relating to Sandy and its aftermath. The entire series is curated by BAC Film Program Coordinator Nick Shimkin and each individual program is compromised of short films ranging from 4 to 24 minutes each. Each short introduces a different perspective of Sandy, revealing insights on recovery and rebuilding.

Here’s the rundown on the screenings:

OPENING NIGHT: EYE OF THE STORM

Friday, October 25
Made in NY Media Center by IFP
30 John St. (DUMBO)
Doors 7pm; Screening 8pm

“For the opening night of BAC’s Scene: Brooklyn Film Series 2013: Commemorating the 1st Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, we present “Eye of the Storm,” a collection of narrative and documentary shorts, both irreverent and commemoratory, about and inspired by Superstorm Sandy.”

A peek of, The Darker Side of Dreamland:

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AT LAND AND SEA

Saturday, October 26
UnionDocs
322 Union Ave. (Williamsburg)
Doors 7pm; Screening 7:30pm

“A night of experimental and ethnographic films about waterways, seascapes, and New Yorkers’ relationship with the waterfront.”

Still from English Kills Voyage

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FROM THE FLOODLINES

Tuesday, October 29

Galapagos Art Space
16 Main St. (DUMBO)
Doors 7pm; Screening 8pm

“On the one year anniversary of Sandy’s destruction, Scene: Brooklyn presents a slate of riveting documentaries capturing the storm’s impact, aftermath, and community response to its devastation, as well as films about climate change and waterfront development in Brooklyn.”

A peek of, The Rider and the Storm:

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