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  • TWENTY YEARS AFTER THE INVASION OF IRAQ: SADA IN CONTEXT
    TWENTY YEARS AFTER THE INVASION OF IRAQ: SADA IN CONTEXT

    Posted: Feb 23, 2023

    TWENTY YEARS AFTER THE INVASION OF IRAQ: SADA IN CONTEXT Curated and introduced by Ali Hussein arteeast Film screening and discussion: March 16, 2023, 7 pm     Address: e-flux Screening Room 172 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205 US Admission starts at $5 Get tickets here Join us at e-flux Screening Room on Thursday, March […]

  • A GRAIN OF SAND IN THE MOUNTAIN’S BELLY
    A GRAIN OF SAND IN THE MOUNTAIN’S BELLY

    Posted: Feb 22, 2023

    A GRAIN OF SAND IN THE MOUNTAIN’S BELLY Curated by Nat Muller                                                       Screening Online on artearchive.org  Part 1: March 23 – April 2 Part 2: April 13 – […]

  • THE BLUE CAFTAN
    THE BLUE CAFTAN

    Posted: Feb 2, 2023

    THE BLUE CAFTAN  Screening of The Blue Caftan with an introduction by Lila Nazemian (ArteEast)  Saturday, February 11, at 2:45pm Film Forum, 209 West Houston St. west of 6th Ave RSVP here  The Blue Caftan, Maryam Touzan, Morocco, 2022, 118 mins “A film of exquisite sensuality… transfixing delicacy and restraint… its supple rhythms hypnotic, its […]

  • Screening of documentary film TIME FOR ILHAN + Discussion with Ilan Omar and film director Nora Shapiro
    Screening of documentary film TIME FOR ILHAN + Discussion with Ilan Omar and film director Nora Shapiro

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    Arab Film Series online TIME FOR ILHAN Online Screening: February 23-26 Free / $5 suggested donation RSVP at arabfilmseries.org Available in the United States and Canada   Time for Ilhan, Norah Shapiro, USA, 2018, 89 min Synopsis: Ilhan Omar, a young, hijab-wearing mother of three, takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race […]

  • THE FUTURE THAT AWAITS
    THE FUTURE THAT AWAITS

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    THE FUTURE THAT AWAITS An Unpacking the ArteArchive program curated by Lila Nazemian Featuring works by Lida Abdul, Yalda Afsah, Aidin Halalzadeh, Sahra Mani, Shahrbanoo Sadat, Sepideh Salarvand, and Ginan Seidl. Online screening: February 18 – 26 RSVP: artearchive.org Available worldwide FREE with RSVP / $5 suggested donation   In-person screening: February 17th  The Clemente’s Flamboyan Theater  […]

  • WALID RAAD’S FESTIVAL OF GRATITUDE
    WALID RAAD’S FESTIVAL OF GRATITUDE

    Posted: Jan 10, 2023

    WALID RAAD’S FESTIVAL OF GRATITUDE USES BIRTHDAY CAKES TO EXAMINE WORLDWIDE FASCISM Don’t miss Walid Raad’s Festival of Gratitude NFTs, a  series of computer-generated and lavishly decorated birthday cakes for global dictators, sheikhs, presidents, tyrants and controversial world leaders. A number of these NFT cakes and slices are currently live and available for acquisition! The […]

  • Stay Tuned for our 2023 Programs!
    Stay Tuned for our 2023 Programs!

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    Happy New Year from the ArteEast team! We are grateful for your support and engagement. Stay tuned for new and exciting programs starting February 2023!                                

  • AT THE DISPOSAL OF HUMANITY
    AT THE DISPOSAL OF HUMANITY

    Posted: Oct 19, 2022

    AT THE DISPOSAL OF HUMANITY Curated by Lila Nazemian, ArteEast Special Projects Curator Featuring works by Shadi Harouni, Daniel Asadi Faezi, Farnaz and Mohammadreza Jurabchian, Elham Hosseinzadeh, and Saeed Dehghani.   Online screening: November 11th – 18th RSVP: artearchive.org Available worldwide FREE with RSVP / $5 suggested donation   Screening at UnionDocs on November 10th […]

  • Arab Film Series October special: Mohammed Shebl’s 1981 film Fangs (Anyab)
    Arab Film Series October special: Mohammed Shebl’s 1981 film Fangs (Anyab)

    Posted: Sep 30, 2022

    This month on Arab Film Series:  Mohammed Shebl’s 1981 film Fangs (Anyab) “Weaved into its camp aesthetics, horror genre tropes and 80s disco numbers, Anyab provides a running commentary on the social situation in Egypt, from youth unemployment to class struggle, while intersecting sexual politics into the mix. ” (Gasworks) Online Screening: October 27-30, 2022 […]

  • WHAT EXISTED YESTERDAY MIGHT DISAPPEAR TOMORROW
    WHAT EXISTED YESTERDAY MIGHT DISAPPEAR TOMORROW

    Posted: Sep 26, 2022

    WHAT EXISTED YESTERDAY MIGHT DISAPPEAR TOMORROW Curated by Hind Mezaina October 13-18: Online screening on artearchive.org Free / $5 Suggested Donation Available Worldwide October 12: In-person screening at Alliance Française (Dubai)  Ticket Price 35.00 AED Book your ticket here The past haunts the present in this film program about photography and cinema, featuring four short films […]