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April 2017
$20

The Church of the Intercession & Nā Lehua Melemele Present May Day is Lei Day in NYC

April 29 @ 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Church of the Intercession, 550 W 155th St.
New York, NY 10032 United States

ALL WELCOME! BRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS! PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN AFTERNOON OF FREE ACTIVITIES: Lei making; Hula & music sessions; Keiki (kids) activities and more. As a finale of this aloha-filled day we are featuring the NY Premier of the award winning documentary film “Sons of Hālawa,” (56 minutes), and Q&A with NY’s very own Jason Poole. Details for film screening:

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May 2017
$5 - $15

Movies that Reawaken Wonder: ‘The Sound of Music’ with Sing-a-long–“Hamilton’s” Jasmine Cephas Jones & Coogan’s Restaurant’s Peter Walsh to sing pre-show!

May 7 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
United Palace of Cultural Arts, 4140 Broadway @ 175th St
New York, NY 10033 United States

Before the screening UPCA is honored to be joined by Jasmine Cephas Jones for the pre-show mini-concert. Jones, who originated the roles of Margarita “Peggy” Schuyler Van Rensselaer and Maria Reynolds in “Hamilton,” will sing favorites from the Rodgers and Hammerstein songbook, accompanied by Musical Director (and “American Idol” finalist) Anwar Robinson. 3:30pm Mom & Daughter On Stage Exclusive, 4pm doors, 4:30pm sing-a-long with Broadway Stars, 5pm movie. Adults: $10 online/$15 at the door. Children under 12/Seniors: $5 online/$10 at the door. Mom & Daughter On Stage Exclusive: $50 per couple. Enjoy 2 glasses of champagne or lemonade on stage with a piano cabaret, two reserved VIP seats to the movie & free popcorn. Purchase tickets:

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June 2017

Film Works Alfresco Presents “The Cherokee Word for Water”

June 5 @ 8:00 pm

8:00 PM is an estimate–movie begins at DUSK!!! Announcing Inwood Art Works inaugural FREE outdoor summer cinema series, Film Works Alfresco! “The Cherokee Word For Water” is a feature-length motion picture inspired by the true story of the struggle for, opposition to, and ultimate success of a rural Cherokee community to bring running water to their families by using the traditional concept of “gadugi “– working together to solve a problem.This curated film series will focus foremost on

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Film Works Alfresco Presents “La Leyenda de la Llorona”

June 12 @ 8:00 pm

8:00 PM is an estimate–movie begins at DUSK!!! Announcing Inwood Art Works inaugural FREE outdoor summer cinema series, Film Works Alfresco! “La Leyenda de la Llorona,” 72 min. Animated Adventure Comedy en Español with subtitles in English (2011, Mexico). Based on a famous Mexican legend, a group of kids must stop the ghost of a woman whose guilt over the drowning of her own children leads her to abduct youngsters who wander the woods at night in this subtitled, Spanish language animated adventure.

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Film Works Alfresco Presents “A Dog’s Life / The Kid”

June 19 @ 8:00 pm

8:00 PM is an estimate–movie begins at DUSK!! Announcing Inwood Art Works inaugural FREE outdoor summer cinema series, Film Works Alfresco! “A Dog’s Life / The Kid” by Charlie Chaplin, 33 and 53 minutes. Silent Comedy (1918, 1921, USA). A double feature of short silent films written, directed and produced by Charlie Chaplin. In A Dog’s Life, the “Tramp” plays opposite “Scraps” the dog, who helps him towards a better life in the big city. When it was made, it was both the longest Chaplin production to that time and, as he would later claim, the first in which he seriously considered comic plot construction.

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Film Works Alfresco Presents “Los Sures”

June 26 @ 8:00 pm

FILMS BEGIN AT DUSK!!! Announcing Inwood Art Works inaugural FREE outdoor summer cinema series, Film Works Alfresco! “Los Sures”– Monday, June 26, 2017 – 57 minutes. Documentary in English and en Español with subtitles in English. (1984, USA). In the late 70’s and early 80’s, Los Sures was one of the poorest neighborhoods in New York City. In fact, it had been called the worst ghetto in America. Diego Echeverria’s film skillfully represents the challenges of its time: drugs, gang violence, crime, abandoned real estate, racial tension, single-parent homes, and inadequate local resources.

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