The Back Row Film Series is a city-wide celebration of film co-sponsored by the Arts & Education Council (AEC) and the Hunter Museum of American Art. Each event will feature not just a film screening but related activities that range from commentaries by directors to food tastings. This innovative approach to film viewing is designed to enhance the viewer's experience.
Film lovers are also invited to our new Bluewater series of film talks on Monday nights. These talks will feature deeper discussions of film topics - from Tarantino to Hammer Studios. Throughout the season, you can also vote on your favorite director who will be featured in a final Bluewater program.
Don't forget to check out other local establishments throughout the summer for special film nights as part of this city-wide celebration.
Visit the official Back Row Film Series website for the schedule and ticket information.
A Glittering Night with the Silver Belles — Thursday, June 7
Enjoy "Been Rich All My Life," a documentary about the amazing women of the Silver Belles, a dance group composed of some of the original Harlem nightclub dancers. Then, hear remarks from the filmmaker, Heather McDonald.