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Hester Street Fair

Antiques. Jewelry. Art. Vintage goods and local designers. A beloved street fair makes the move from the Lower East Side to the Seaport. Kicking off...

The Pickpocket: The urban generation and a changing China

Watch the film at home and tune in online as expert Richard Pena discusses one of the most impressive directorial debuts in 21st century cinema.

The Sign Painter

Ansis earns his living as a sign painter, a seemingly innocent occupation. His craft is needed during every regime—the authoritarian Thirties, the...

‘Til Kingdom Come

Millions of American Evangelicals are praying for the State of Israel. Among them are the Binghams, a dynasty of Kentucky pastors, and their...

Hester Street Fair

Antiques. Jewelry. Art. Vintage goods and local designers. A beloved street fair makes the move from the Lower East Side to the Seaport. Kicking off...

Confetti: Film Screening and Discussion with Writer/Director Ann Hu

How far would a mother go to reverse her child’s fate? This is a screening of Confetti, a brand-new film that takes the audience from rural China...

“Truus’ Children” Screening And Discussion

In December 1938, Dutch social worker Truus Wijsmuller was invited to a meeting with Nazi official Adolf Eichmann regarding the transportation of...

Pieces of China: Melinda Liu on the Imperial Kilns

The Daolingjian Imperial Tile kilns outside of Beijing once produced the green and yellow tiles that adorn the rooftops of the Forbidden City, the...

Hester Street Fair

Antiques. Jewelry. Art. Vintage goods and local designers. A beloved street fair makes the move from the Lower East Side to the Seaport. Kicking off...

Abe

Twelve-year-old Abe is an aspiring chef who wants his cooking to bring people together—but his half-Israeli, half-Palestinian family has never had...