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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

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First to Fall | Sat, Sept. 6, 8:15PM
Two young friends abandon their peaceful lives in Canada for an uprising in their homeland of Libya, fueled by their hatred of Dictator Muammar Gaddafi, these untrained fighters join an unconventional war and risk everything to reach the front lines of battle.
Director Rachel Beth Anderson and co-director Tim Grucza will attend and take part in a discussion moderated by New York Times Deputy International Editor Michael Slackman following the screening.Suggested donation $20, $10 for Bronx residents, children 18 and under free.
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First to Fall | Sat, Sept. 6, 8:15PM

Two young friends abandon their peaceful lives in Canada for an uprising in their homeland of Libya, fueled by their hatred of Dictator Muammar Gaddafi, these untrained fighters join an unconventional war and risk everything to reach the front lines of battle.

Director Rachel Beth Anderson and co-director Tim Grucza will attend and take part in a discussion moderated by New York Times Deputy International Editor Michael Slackman following the screening.

Suggested donation $20, $10 for Bronx residents, children 18 and under free.

Advance Tickets Available Now
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Albert Maysles, one of America’s greatest living directors, will make a rare appearance at the BDC tonight, Thursday, August 7, 8:15pm, to discuss his groundbreaking film Gimme Shelter.

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