From March 11-17, 2022, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) is showing a film series called New York 90's. Look back at the 90's in NYC through film and its women, people of color, social activism, and all five boroughs of community, culture and social issues.
The film series kicks off with the 30 year anniversary of Juice with a post screening Q&A with Hanif Abdurraqib, actor Kahlil Kane, and Keith Shocklee of The Bomb Squad. Unfortunately if you're seeing this for the first time, that screening is sold out.
Other films in the series include: Belly, Bad Lieutenant, I Like it Like That, You've Got Mail, Just Another Girl on the I.R.T., Jungle Fever, High Art, The Wedding Banquet, Chocolate Babies, Hangin' With the Homeboys, Fresh Kill, Amateur, In The Soup, and Bringing Out the Dead.
BAM is a multi-arts center in downtown Brooklyn with over 150 years of providing artists, audiences and ideas a home in our local community and our global one as well. Be it theater, dance, film, or music, BAM showcases the work of emerging artists and innovative modern masters.