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Staff writer Rachel Suleymanov attended the New York premiere of Darren Aronofsky’s new film at Lincoln Center Tuesday night. 

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Staff Writer Rachel Suleymanov attended a discussion and screening of Alejandro Iñárritu’s new film Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths at the Lenfest Center of the Arts yesterday.

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Deputy Events Editor and Senior Staff Writer Julia Tolda attended the Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures’ first screening of Fall 2022, Madalena (2021). TW: transphobia. 

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Last night, Bwogger Miyoki Walker attended a screening of the 2018 documentary Decade of Fire, followed by a panel and Q&A with the filmmaker Vivian Vázquez Irizarry, community organizer Fitzroy Christian, anthropologist Marc Dones, affordable housing organizer Gregory Jost. The documentary recounts the story of the 1970s South Bronx fires. 

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CU Ferris Reel Film Society, COÖP, and First Year Experience will be screening Moonrise Kingdom on Low Plaza at 6 PM today (10/27). There will be free cider and cocoa. Rain location is in Lerner Cinema. Columbia University National Undergraduate Film Festival (CUNUFF) will also be hosting an Evening of Horror at 8 PM today (10/27) […]

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