Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series
AT THE HISTORIC GREENVILLE DRIVE-IN OUTDOOR CINEMA
MONTHLY // MAY – OCT
Basilica Hudson is thrilled to once again partner with the Greenville Drive-In to move the Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series OUTDOORS for 2021. Partners include Berkshire International Film Festival, SunCommon, ALL ARTS, Metrograph, The Olana Partnership and the Thomas Cole National Historic Site. See a detailed schedule here.
May 20: Work Songs
June 17: Sisters with Transistors
July 22: WASTE LAND
Aug 19: 2040
Sept 23: TBA
Oct 14: TBA
The Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series celebrating the cross-cultural potential of documentary filmmaking through FREE monthly community screenings and discussions with filmmakers. We are dedicated to presenting films produced and directed by local emerging filmmakers whenever possible. When Basilica is able to reopen, films will continue to be hosted in its 150-seat North Hall cinema.
We believe that the shared experience of watching film on the big screen is truly transformative. It has the power to connect individuals and inspire movements that shape our communities on a local and global sale. Basilica has hosted Robin McKenna, Deirdre Fishel, Albert Maysles, Daniel McCabe, Stephanie Wang-Breal, the Safdie Brothers, John Waters, Jon Bowermaster, Barbara Hammer, Kidlat Tahimik, Marie Losier, Theo Anthony, Charles Atlas, Deirdre Fishel, and many others.
Youth Film Programs
Under normal circumstances, Basilica’s film and media program also includes monthly free Sunday family matinees. Our youth film programs have been produced in partnership with YouthFX, the Hudson Area Public Library, and the New York International Children’s Film Festival. Once again in 2021, the girls of Perfect Ten after-school program in Hudson will manage the box office for our drive-in screenings, and be integral to instructing attendees on COVID-19 safety protocols.
Supporters & Partners
Basilica Hudson’s Film and Media program is generously supported, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Past Supporters & Partners
New York International Children’s Film Festival // Alexander & Marjorie Hover Foundation // WGXC/Wave Farm Radio // Red Bull // Oceans 8 Films // YouthFX // NeXt Doc // The Film Desk // Chris Boekmann of True/False Film Festival // Cinema Conservancy, a program of Artists Public Domain // Hudson Area Library // Kite’s Nest