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AUGUST & SEPTEMBER EVENTSJoin us for screenings, exhibitions, and more. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.Sat, August 16, 6-9 PMThe Fatherhood Image Film Festival: Family Values Screening The BDC welcomes back The Fatherhood Image Film Festival (FiFF) for the second year. Family Values is a film that documents the struggles facing many African couples in America and the world as a whole.Suggested donation: $14, $7 Bronx Residents, 18 and under free. 
Sat, August 23, 6 PMEugene Richards Presentation and Book Signing               Celebrate legendary photographer Eugene Richards’s new book Red Ball of a Sun Slipping Down at the BDC. Richards will present two short multi-media pieces and sign and personalize copies of the book. 
Fri, September 5, 6 PM Bronx By Bronx Opening Reception A group show of contemporary and recent documentary photography and photojournalism by Bronx photographers.Exhibition on view Sept. 5 - Oct. 12.Sat, September 6, 8:15 PM First to Fall. 2014. An intimate story of friendship, sacrifice and the madness of war. An intimate portrait of two young men who abandon their comfortable lives in Canada to fight in the revolution in their home country of Libya. Screening and Q&A with director Rachel Beth Anderson and co-director Tim Grucza, moderated by Michael Slackman, New York Times Deputy International Editor.Suggested donation: $20, $10 Bronx Residents, 18 and under free. Advance tickets available.Sat, September 13, 6 PM Bronx Artist Documentary Project Opening Reception Check out this exhibition documenting creativity at work in the Bronx, curated by the Bronx Documentary Center.On view at the Andrew Freedman Home, 1125 Grand Concourse,Bronx, NY, 10451, from Sept. 11 - Oct. 8.Fri, September 19, 6-9 PM "Father Figure" Book Signing with Zun Lee Join photographer Zun Lee and some of the fathers and families featured in the project for this meet and greet and book signing. 

AUGUST & SEPTEMBER EVENTS
Join us for screenings, exhibitions, and more. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Sat, August 16, 6-9 PM
The Fatherhood Image Film Festival: Family Values Screening 
The BDC welcomes back The Fatherhood Image Film Festival (FiFF) for the second year. Family Values is a film that documents the struggles facing many African couples in America and the world as a whole.Suggested donation: $14, $7 Bronx Residents, 18 and under free. 

Sat, August 23, 6 PM
Eugene Richards Presentation and Book Signing               
Celebrate legendary photographer Eugene Richards’s new book Red Ball of a Sun Slipping Down at the BDC. Richards will present two short multi-media pieces and sign and personalize copies of the book. 

Fri, September 5, 6 PM 
Bronx By Bronx Opening Reception 
A group show of contemporary and recent documentary photography and photojournalism by Bronx photographers.
Exhibition on view Sept. 5 - Oct. 12.

Sat, September 6, 8:15 PM 
First to Fall. 2014. An intimate story of friendship, sacrifice and the madness of war. An intimate portrait of two young men who abandon their comfortable lives in Canada to fight in the revolution in their home country of Libya. Screening and Q&A with director Rachel Beth Anderson and co-director Tim Grucza, moderated by Michael Slackman, New York Times Deputy International Editor.
Suggested donation: $20, $10 Bronx Residents, 18 and under free. 

Advance tickets available.

Sat, September 13, 6 PM 
Bronx Artist Documentary Project Opening Reception 
Check out this exhibition documenting creativity at work in the Bronx, curated by the Bronx Documentary Center.
On view at the 
Andrew Freedman Home, 1125 Grand Concourse,Bronx, NY, 10451, from Sept. 11 - Oct. 8.

Fri, September 19, 6-9 PM 
"Father Figure" Book Signing with Zun Lee 
Join photographer Zun Lee and some of the fathers and families featured in the project for this meet and greet and book signing. 

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The BDC welcomes back The Fatherhood Image Film Festival (FiFF) for a second year, the mission of the festival is to impact, gauge and assess the image of fathers in media. Family Values documents the struggles facing many African couples in America and the world as a whole.
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Suggested donation: $14, $7 for Bronx Residents, 18 and under free.

The BDC welcomes back The Fatherhood Image Film Festival (FiFF) for a second year, the mission of the festival is to impact, gauge and assess the image of fathers in media. 

Family Values documents the struggles facing many African couples in America and the world as a whole.

Spread the word on Facebook

Suggested donation: $14, $7 for Bronx Residents, 18 and under free.

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BBC News Magazine has published a lovely piece to tie-in with GRAFFITI: KINGS ON A MISSION, a short film on graffiti that the Bronx Documentary Center partnered with Tats Cru and the BBC News to create. Via this link:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-28638691 
In addition a free radio feature is available to download for a limited time. http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/r4choice

BBC News Magazine has published a lovely piece to tie-in with GRAFFITI: KINGS ON A MISSION, a short film on graffiti that the Bronx Documentary Center partnered with Tats Cru and the BBC News to create. Via this link:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-28638691 

In addition a free radio feature is available to download for a limited time. http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/r4choice

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August 7, 2014
Bronx Documentary Center

Legendary director Albert Maysles joined the BDC for a screening of his phenomenal documentary Gimme Shelter on The Rolling Stone’s infamous 1969 Altamont concert. The film was followed by a discussion with the director.

Mike Kamber and Ye Ming/Bronx Documentary Center

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Bronx residents joined the BDC and New York Restoration Project for the screening of Bronx Princess on August 6, a documentary film telling the inspirational coming-of-age story of 17-year-old Rockyatu Otto. It was part of a free film series “Bronx Screened” hosted by New York Restoration Project and curated by the Bronx Documentary Center.

Ye Ming/Bronx Documentary Center