Documentary Films

Making The Impossible Possible

Making The Impossible Possible

MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE tells the story of the student led struggle to win Puerto Rican Studies at Brooklyn College, CUNY, in the late 1960’s.
Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route

Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route

A man, a postal route, a changing city. Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route explores history and change in Detroit, through the lens of African American postal worker, Wendell Watkins, and the customers he has built ties with over 30 years on his route.
Cuban Roots/Bronx Stories

Cuban Roots/Bronx Stories

Highlights the historical journey of an Afro-Cuban family, from Jamaica, to Cuba, to the Bronx, revealing that the Cuban-American experience is more diverse, racially and ideologically, than we are often led to believe.
With a Stroke of the Chaveta

With a Stroke of the Chaveta

A poetic documentary short that leaves us wondering where to draw the line between "worker" and "intellectual."
Disobeying Orders: G.I. Resistance to The Vietnam War

Disobeying Orders: G.I. Resistance to The Vietnam War

Focuses on the antiwar movement within the armed forces during the Vietnam War.
Remembering the Mamoncillo

Remembering the Mamoncillo

The history and cultural importance of the Recordando el Mamoncillo festival and El Club Cubano is brought to life by dance scenes, testimonies of long-time members of the club and musical performances by Chico Alvarez y su Palo Monte, Son Sublime, the Charanga All-Stars, and Orquesta Broadway.

News

MAY DAY Virtual Screening/Panel - May 2, 2021

April 11, 2021

MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE - MARCH SCREENINGS

March 8, 2021

March 17 -31, 2021

BIG MUDDY FILM FESTIVAL - https://bigmuddyfilm.eventive.org/films

March 19, 2021

Hostos Community College - bit.do/BXimpossiblepossible

March 25, 2021

DETROIT 48202 Shortlisted for Award From Black Journalists

January 26, 2021

DETROIT 48202 was recently shortlisted by the National Association of Black Journalists for a Salute to Excellence Award in the TV Network Documentary Category. NABJ recognizes journalism that “best covered the black experience or addressed issues affecting the worldwide black community.” Although Detroit 48202 did not win this prestigious award, it is an honor to have been one of 4 finalists.