Join the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program for a Film Screening and Q&A

Join the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program, along with the Department of History, Film Studies, and the Honors College, for an exclusive film screening and Q&A with Seth Fein.

When & Where: The screening and Q&A will be…

  • On Wednesday, March 27th, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
  • In the Septima Clark Auditorium (Education Center room 118)

About the Film: Between Neighborhoods (85′, 2018, 2024) works between original and archival footage to contemplate in split-screen the present and past of imperialism and immigration –– the competition between corporate and social globalizations –– that have orbited Robert Moses’s Unisphere in Queens since the mammoth armillary sphere, the largest rendering of the world in the world, went up for the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair.

About the Filmmaker: Seth Fein is a historian and filmmaker who lives and works in Jackson Heights, Queens, NYC, where he founded and operates Seven Local Film, where you can sample Between Neighborhoods and his other work.

No registration necessary. For more information, see the provided flyer.