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Together We can... Change The World- Brooklyn Campus

Brooklyn Campus
Community Connections
Kumble Theater For the Performing Arts
Brooklyn Young Filmmaker's Salon Series
Brooklyn International Disability Film Festival and Wellness Expo (BIDFF)
Reel Sisters of the Dispora Film Festival & Lecture Series
Afternoons at LIU
Annual Dance Department Faculty Concert
Annual High School Choreography Conference
Fourth Fridays
Winter and Spring Student Concerts
Starting From Paumanok: Annual Lecture on American Literature and Culture
Voices of The Rainbow
Jazz Clinics
LIU Chorus
Music Deparment Concert Series
Brooklyn Campus Galleries
Summer Sculpture Exhibition
Reel Sisters is a Brooklyn-based film festival co-founded by African Voices magazine and the Brooklyn Campus media arts department. Since 1997, it has provided opportunities for women of color who are filmmakers to showcase their work, screening more than 200 films by independent filmmakers from around the globe. Listed in “Ultimate Film Festival Survival Guide” as one of the best festivals for women and best black film festivals, Reel Sisters is one of the first events of it kind to stimulate an international dialogue on improving the status of female directors, producers and screenwriters in Hollywood. It is recognized as a launching pad for independent women directors to gain international exposure and recognition.

For tickets and more information, call Rodney K. Hurley at (718) 488-1341 or visit www.reelsisters.org


If you would like to support any of the programs described in this publication, please call:

Gladys Schrynemakers
Office of the Provost
(718) 488-3405

Long Island University Brooklyn Campus Community Connections