Indie Lens Pop-Up Film Screening II
Feature Film: Razing Liberty Square
- Thursday, January 18 6:00 PM FREE TICKETS
Shubert Theatre will debut the new season of Indie Lens Pop-Up, the long-running community screening series that has brought people together for community-driven conversations around its thought-provoking documentaries. Patrons will have the opportunity to view the films before they air on television on INDEPENDENT LENS, PBS’s award-winning documentary anthology series.
Through its roster of five documentary projects this season, Indie Lens Pop-Up will ignite conversations on a range of topics impacting communities around the U.S., including the Muslim American experience, climate gentrification, and race and gender equity in mainstream media. This season’s topics also aim to expand perspectives through deeply personal stories, like what it means to live with Parkinson’s disease, and how the Deaf and hard of hearing community redefine what it means to listen.
Razing Liberty Square - January 18, 2024
Film by Katja Esson
Liberty City, Miami, is home to one of the oldest segregated public housing projects in the United States. Now with rising sea levels, the neighborhood’s higher ground has become something else: real estate gold.
Breaking the News - February 22, 2024
Film by Heather Courtney, Princess A. Hairston, Chelsea Hernandez, and Diane M Quon
Frustrated by the lack of representation in the media, a group of women and LGBTQ+ journalists launched The 19th*, a digital news startup whose work is guided by elevating the voices often left out of the American story.
Matter of Mind: My Parkinson's - April 18, 2024
Film by Anna Moot-Levin and Laura Green
Three people—a political cartoonist, a mother-turned-boxing coach, and an optician—navigate their lives with resourcefulness and determination in the face of a degenerative illness, Parkinson’s disease.
The Tuba Thieves - May 9, 2024
Film by Alison O'Daniel
Between 2011 and 2013, tubas were stolen from high schools across Southern California. Against this backdrop, hard of hearing filmmaker Alison O'Daniel generates new sensitivity to sound and meaning in an unconventional documentary experience.