The Handball Court Summer Film Series: VOTE FOR ME! (Comedy, 1998)
Saturday at sunset
106th Street between Lexington and Third Ave.
THE SIXTH ANNUAL
HANDBALL COURT SUMMER FILMS SERIES
in WHITE PARK
(106th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues)
SATURDAY NIGHTS – AT SUNSET (approx 8:15PM)
¡¡¡ BRING YOUR OWN SEAT OR CUSHION !!!
For information: http://www.prdream.com/wordpress/?cat=5
VOTE FOR ME! (Comedy, 1998)
Director: Nelson Denis, former New York State Assemblyman
Runtime: 1 hr 15 mins
Mad as hell and can't take it anymore? Become a candidate of the people, fighting for better schools, litter-free streets, more jobs, and less crime! Tenement superintendent Leo Rodriguez decides to make a clean sweep of things in Spanish Harlem by throwing his hat in the ring to help his community. A satirical look at New York City politics – funny and unfortunately based on real events. The names have been changed to protect the guilty!
HEAD OF STATE (Comedy, 2003)
Runtime: 1 hr 35 mins
BOB ROBERTS (Comedy, 1992)
Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins
THE DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN (Comedy,1992)
Runtime: 1 hr 52 mins
AN UNREASONABLE MAN (Documentary, 2007)
Runtime: 2 hrs 3 mins
SICK AROUND THE WORLD (Documentary, 2008)
Runtime: 60 minutes
THE MEDICATED CHILD (Documentary, 2008)
Runtime: 60 minutes
AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH (Documentary, 2006)
Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Whass Poppin Group Show Opens at Heath Gallery
Thursday, July 17th 2008
24 West 120th Street
New York, New York 10027
(between Lenox and Fifth Ave)
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Posted by Gina Fuentes Walker at 2:07 PM
artHARLEM artist Stephanie Mulvihill has launched a blog featuring new work as well as news about her participation as a teaching artist at the MOCCA Independent Comic Fair. . . .
" The Heritage School Manga Club published their first comic anthology. Six very committed students wrote and drew their own manga/comic stories. We were then very graciously offered a grant to publish from the Student Press Initiative. We decided to celebrate by presenting our book at the MOCCA independent comic fair at the Puck Building in NYC. Our students were very proud, signing autographs, shaking hands etc. It was a fun weekend . . . "
Posted by Gina Fuentes Walker at 1:56 PM