Media Arts Program
 


Friday, October 6 — Monday, October 9

Buffalo International Film Festival



Two Worlds

In the Orchard

Prodigy

The following are just the screenings taking place at Hallwalls (see link at the bottom of this page for the complete festival schedule at all venues):

Friday, October 6
4:45pm Two Worlds (59 min.) (w/ Test of Courage, 20 min. & Just an Inconvenience, 24 min.)

7:00pm In the Orchard (102 min.) (w/ Rabbit Hole, 3 min.)

9:15pm Prodigy (80 min.) (w/ Memoir, 15 min.)

Saturday, October 7
11:00am Train Driver's Diary (85 min.) (w/ The Servant, 9 min.)

1:00pm BIFF SHORTS: Interstates (97 minutes total)

3:15pm BIFF SHORTS: Domestic Affairs (90 minutes total)

5:30pm BIFF SHORTS: Global (121 minutes total)

7:45pm The Sounding (93 min.)

9:45pm The Midnighters (88 min.) (w/ The Weight, 18 min.) 

Sunday, October 8
12:00pm Centralia: Pennsylvania's Lost Town (89 min.) (w/Coddington Trail, 27 min.)

2:15pm The Stairs (95 min.) (w/ Andy Woolfe's Birthday, 8 min.)

4:30pm The Street Where We Live (100 min.)

7:00pm The Art of Loving: The Story of Michalina Wislocka(120 min.)

9:15pm Kupal (81 min.) (w/ The Swelling, 15 min.)

Monday, October 9
12:00pm Lovers (105 min.)

2:00pm Sundown (95 min.)

4:45pm Even Lovers Get the Blues (95 min.) (w/ Bright Moonlit Night, 15 min.)

6:45pm Restraint (95 min.) (w/ State of Emergency Motherfucker!, 6 min.)

9:00pm BIFF SHORTS: Danger Zone (119 minutes total)

For details, visit the BIFF web site buffalofilm.org with full schedule of screenings at all 4 venues and descriptions, directors, and countries of origin of all films.

Click here to buy an all-access Bison Pass: under $40 for 4 days and 4 nights of films.

 
 
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Laylah Ali
Paintings and Drawings


Laylah Ali's work explores power dynamics and interpersonal conflict through compositions that position culturally, racially and sexually ambiguous figures in precarious, loaded, and unexpectedly humorous situations. Ali uses concise—even minimal—imagery that is specific in rendering and intent. While there are narratives in Ali's work, they are stories whose open spaces often give them the atmosphere of fables.