42nd Street (1933) at Film Works Alfresco

Inwood Art Works presents  42nd Street – 89 minutes.  Musical Comedy in English with Spanish subtitles (1933, USA).  Free pre-show musical entertainment at 7:30pm.

Bad News Bears

INWOOD ART WORKS’ FILM WORKS ALFRESCO: Bad News Bears  – Monday, June 25, 1976 – 102 minutes. Dramatic Comedy in English with Spanish subtitles. (1976, USA).  Appropriate for Older Children and Young Adult.  Pre-show in partnership with NoMAA, presenting a musical performance by New York City Brass at 7:30pm.
*In the case of inclement weather, the pre-show & screening will be moved indoors to Culture Hub at 440 West 202nd Street.

INWOOD ART WORKS’ FILM WORKS ALFRESCO: Bad News Bears  – Monday, June 25, 1976 – 102 minutes. Dramatic Comedy in English with Spanish subtitles. (1976, USA).  Appropriate for Older Children and Young Adult.  Pre-show in partnership with NoMAA, presenting a musical performance by New York City Brass at 7:30pm.
*In the case of inclement weather, the pre-show & screening will be moved indoors to Culture Hub at 440 West 202nd Street.

The coach is waiting for his next beer. The pitcher is waiting for her first bra. The team is waiting for a miracle. Consider the possibilities when former minor leaguer Morris Buttermaker takes a job offer to coach the Bears, a bunch of misfits who have no baseball talent. In what may be considered the best American Sports Movie ever made, Roger Ebert called it “an unblinking, scathing look at competition in American society.”

Film Screening & Book Talk: WHO AM I? / ¿QUIEN SOY?

(Español) Join Word Up for a screening of Who Am I? / ¿Quien Soy?, a documentary film by Mary Ely Peña-Gratereaux that features children’s explorations of their own Dominican—and other—identities. A book accompanying the film examines the diversity of the Dominican people by featuring stories of children who have one parent from Dominican Republic and one parent from another country.

Join Word Up for a screening of Who Am I? / ¿Quien Soy?, a documentary film by Mary Ely Peña-Gratereaux that features children’s explorations of their own Dominican—and other—identities. A book accompanying the film examines the diversity of the Dominican people by featuring stories of children who have one parent from Dominican Republic and one parent from another country.

Blancanieves

INWOOD ART WORKS’ FILM WORKS ALFRESCO: Blancanieves – Monday, June 18, 2018 – 105 minutes.  Silent Drama (2012, Spain).  Appropriate for Young Adult.  Pre-show entertainment in partnership with NoMAA, Flamenco performance by Xianix Barrera Flamenco Company at 7:30pm, 
*In the case of inclement weather, the pre-show & screening will be moved indoors to Culture Hub at 440 West 202nd Street.

INWOOD ART WORKS’ FILM WORKS ALFRESCO: Blancanieves – Monday, June 18, 2018 – 105 minutes.  Silent Drama (2012, Spain).  Appropriate for Young Adult.  Pre-show entertainment in partnership with NoMAA, Flamenco performance by Xianix Barrera Flamenco Company at 7:30pm,
*In the case of inclement weather, the pre-show & screening will be moved indoors to Culture Hub at 440 West 202nd Street.

Once upon a time there was a little girl who had never known her mother. She learned the art of her father, a famous bullfighter, but was hated by her evil stepmother. One day she ran away with a troupe of dwarves, and became a legend. Set in southern Spain in 1920s, Blancanieves is a moving, eerie, and fascinating and black-and-white silent film.

 

Tres Idiotas

INWOOD ART WORKS’ FILM WORKS ALFRESCO: Tres Idiotas – Monday, June 11, 2018 – 106 minutes. Romantic Comedy en Español with English subtitles (2017, Mexico).  Appropriate for Families and Young Adult. Pre-show in partnership with NoMAA presenting Marimba: Mariana Ramirez with Andrew Beall at 7:30pm.
*In the case of inclement weather, the pre-show & screening will be moved indoors to Culture Hub at 440 West 202nd Street.

INWOOD ART WORKS’ FILM WORKS ALFRESCO: Tres Idiotas – Monday, June 11, 2018 – 106 minutes. Romantic Comedy en Español with English subtitles (2017, Mexico).  Appropriate for Families and Young Adult. Pre-show in partnership with NoMAA presenting Marimba: Mariana Ramirez with Andrew Beall at 7:30pm.
*In the case of inclement weather, the pre-show & screening will be moved indoors to Culture Hub at 440 West 202nd Street.

A group of life-long friends go on a wild adventure full of laughs, in search of one of their closest college buddies who disappeared without a trace a day before their big graduation day. Five years after graduating college, Felipe and Beto decide to search for Pancho, their long-lost friend who was the undisputed leader of the pack. The three friends, all engineering students, go through unforgettable times together during their wild school days, forging a strong bond which proves capable of withstanding even the most unexpected obstacles!