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We Won’t Move Closing Party! Short Films and Discussion

Sunday, June 14, 4pm

Join us for an afternoon of short films about housing justice in NYC to celebrate the closing of this exhibition after a great three months!

Film: Arresting Power—Resisting Police Violence in Portland, OR

Friday, June 19, 2015

Arresting Power provides a timely look at one of the most pressing issues of our day: police brutality and its intersection with race and class. Through archival materials, interviews with dozens of historians, community leaders and citizens impacted by police violence in Portland, Oregon, the film explores a historical and political analysis of the role of the police in contemporary society.

My Brooklyn Film Screening and Conversation

Saturday, April 4, 7-10pm

For the first event in a series of programming throughout the duration of the We Won’t Move exhibition, we will be screening “My Brooklyn” and hosting director Kelly Anderson at the Interference Archive for a conversation after the movie.

Film Screening: Along The Fenceline

Friday February 6, 7:30pm

Living Along the Fenceline, a ground breaking 65-minute documentary by award-winning filmmaker Lina Hoshino, tells the stories of seven women whose lives have been affected by the US military presence in their backyards. Their individual journeys of strength and courage represent the unheard stories of myriad communities across the globe that live alongside US bases and bear tragic hidden costs to their land, culture, and spirit.

[VENUE AND TIME CHANGE] Film Screening: Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes of Anti-Imperialist Defense


Friday, January 30th 2015
8:30 pm
at Verso Books, 20 Jay St., Brooklyn, NY, Ste. 1010

Reading groups focused on the works of anti-colonialist philosopher Frantz Fanon convened at Interference Archive and the Marxist Education Project through the end of 2014. Join both groups for this screening and discussion of Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes of Anti-Imperialist Defense!

Film screening: Out in the Night

Saturday November 15, 2014
Screening & discussion 5 pm-7:30pm
Closing party to follow

Join director blair dorosh-walther and nd Terrain Dandridge, Patreese Johnson, and Renata Hill of the New Jersey 4 for a screening of Out in the Night.

Out in the Night is a documentary that tells the story of a group of young friends, African American lesbians from Newark, who were out one night in 2006, in the gay friendly West Village in New York City, when they were violently and sexually threatened by a man on the street. They defended themselves and were charged and convicted in the courts, and smeared by the media as a ‘Gang of Killer Lesbians’. Come hear how the NJ 4’s courage and resistance challenges the misogyny, racism, and homophobia of society and the (in)justice system, and sheds light on who is granted the right to self-defense.

Closing party for the exhibition Self-Determination Inside/Out to follow the screening!

Off-site: Right to Wynwood screening

Wednesday, December 3

596 Acres, Sunview Luncheonette & the Interference Archive present a film and conversation on art outside and the right to shape our neighborhoods.

Film screening: On the side of the road

Monday, November 10, 2014

Former West Bank settler Lia Tarachansky looks at Israelis’ collective amnesia of the fateful events of 1948 when the state of Israel was born and most of the Palestinians became refugees. She follows the transformation of Israeli veterans trying uncover their denial of the war that changed the region forever.

Discussion: Cult films and food injustice

November 23, 7-10pm

How do cult films provide an opportunity to consider imagined and actual injustices, and imagined and actual strategies of resistance, in NYC 2022 and NYC 2014?

Screening: Control

Tuesday, October 14

As part of Self-Determination Inside/ Out, Interference Archive will be screening Control, an observational documentary about the ways the juvenile justice system permeates the lives of the people it targets. Join us for this screening and discussion about the impacts of the juvenile justice system and some of the current struggles against it. With filmmakers Chris Bravo and Lindsey Schneider, and special guests TBA.