Basilica Hudson’s weekly screening series is an opportunity to discover a world of moving images outside the mainstream in our very own 150-seat North Hall cinema. The seasonal series includes new and repertory narrative features, documentaries, and experimental media, with filmmakers and special guests often in attendance for a discussion following the screenings. We have been thrilled to host Albert Maysles, John Waters, Barbara Hammer, Kidlat Tahimik, Marie Losier, and many more over the years. Programmed by Basilica Hudson’s Film and Media curator Aily Nash and Basilica Co-Founder Tony Stone.

BasilicaScope is a weekend devoted to film, an intimate festival celebrating the furthest extremes in motion picture accomplishment. In the past, we have celebrated the work of Alex Cox, Deborah Stratman, Jem Cohen, Jacqueline Goss, and others. A belief in cross-disciplinary exhibition models motivates us to include film and video work in many other events, including a special screening series in an out-of-service iron kiln during Basilica SoundScape.

This project is made possible with funds from the Media Arts Assistance Fund, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, Electronic Media and Film Program, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; administered by Wave Farm.

Learn more about our film events and see our archive of past screenings!

Cinema Conservancy, a program of Artists Public Domain
The Film Desk

Still from SYMBIOPSYCHOTAXIPLASM: TAKE ONE, William Greaves, 1968