Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation @ Virtual Screening
Jun 24 – Jul 29 all-day



Telluride Film Festival

Hamptons International Film Festival


Seattle International Film Festival

Full Frame


The brilliant work, personal struggles, and cultural impact of iconic American writers Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams explodes onto the screen in this innovative dual-portrait documentary.

Filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland masterfully collages a wealth of archival material, including dishy talk show appearances with Dick Cavett and David Frost, with clips from some of the duo’s most memorable movie adaptions: A Streetcar Named DesireCat on a Hot Tin RoofThe Glass MenagerieBreakfast at Tiffany’s, and In Cold Blood. Featuring vibrant voiceover work by award-winning actors Jim Parsons (Capote) and Zachary Quinto (Williams), the film is dripping with wit and wisdom.

It is a celebration of both men’s fearless candor and often tumultuous friendship that honors how their identity as gay Southerners informed their timeless artistic achievements and relationships with family, colleagues, confidants, and – most significantly – each other.

Lisa Immordino Vreeland | Documentary | 81 Minutes | USA | $12

Film Forum and the Center for Fiction are teaming up to host a virtual Q&A with Director Lisa Immordino Vreeland, Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto on June 24 at 7:00pm.  This ZOOM event is FREE to the public.  To RSVP please click HERE



“Beautifully constructed… captivating. A wonderfully evocative time capsule and a candid tribute to a pair of artistic legends.”Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times


“An immersive portrait of literary icons, friends, and rivals…a creative way into the ubiquitous figures.” –Jude Dry, Indiewire


“Offers a vivid sketch… like hearing one author in stereo.” – Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times


“A fascinating account of a loving but troubled relationship…succeeds beautifully in providing a revealing look at their troubled psyches.” –Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter

“The two men make for easy and natural stablemates in Lisa Immordino Vreeland’s sympathetic and nicely shaped documentary, which takes their great talents as a given and happily refuses to sensationalize their struggles.” – Todd McCarthy, Deadline Hollywood Daily

 “Vreeland’s editing is so judicious, and her choice of footage so empathetic, that the film frequently bristles with life and occasionally profound sadness.” – Kevin Maher, Times(UK)

Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide @ Virtual Screening
Jun 25 – Jul 30 all-day

Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide was made over 11 years and features interviews and rare archival footage with Kenny Scharf, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Ed Ruscha, Dennis Hopper, Yoko Ono, Kaws, Marilyn Minter, and Jeffrey Deitch. The documentary shows Scharf’s New York City arrival in the early 1980s where he quickly befriended Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. This trio, amongst the fervent creative bustle of a depressed downtown scene, would soon take the art world by storm. While Basquiat and Haring both died tragically young, Scharf lived through cataclysmic shifts in New York City and the art world. Despite setbacks along the way, Scharf continues to follow his particular high-tone, technicolor artistic vision while growing public and critical appreciation for his earlier work has cemented his place as a pop art icon.

Max Basch, Malia Scharf | Documentary, Art | 77 minutes | USA | $9.99



“The film’s greatest asset is its subject. Scharf is completely open and candid-a perfect vessel for his ultimate (lifelong) democratic message that art belongs to us all.” – Barbara Goslawski, That Shelf

“This is the harrowing, heartbreaking, ultimately affirming story of Kenny Scharf, and I urge you to see it.” – Norman Gidney, Film Threat

“Playfully deconstructs the life and times of a creator who tries to balance their childlike playfulness with the adult responsibilities of the real world.” – Andrew Parker, The Gate

Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones & D-Man in the Waters @ Virtual Screening
Jul 16 – Aug 16 all-day

“Critic’s Pick! Passionate and moving… an unusually lively documentary experience.” – Glenn Kenny, The New York Times

“Beautifully executed.” – Joe Morgenstern, The Wall Street Journal


Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters brings to life the creative process that culminated in choreographer-dancer-director Bill T. Jones’s tour de force ballet D-Man in the Waters, one of the most important works of art to come out of the AIDS crisis. In 1989, D-Man in the Waters gave physical manifestation to the fear, anger, grief, and hope for salvation that the emerging Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company (both partners at the time) felt as they were embattled by the AIDS epidemic. As a group of young dancers in the present re-interpret the work, they deepen their understanding of its power – exploring what is at stake in their own lives in order to commit and perform it successfully. Through an extraordinary collage of interviews, archival material, and uniquely powerful cinematography, this lyrical documentary uses the story of this iconic dance to illustrate the power of art and the triumph of the human spirit.

Tom Hurwitz, Rosalynde LeBlanc | 2020 | Documentary, Dance | USA | $12, $10 for Gold Coast Arts Film Society Members with discount code.

To view Film Kit, click HERE

A FREE Live Virtual Conversation with Subject Bill T. Jones and Filmmakers Rosalynde LeBlanc & Tom Hurwitz, moderated by Nigel Redden, General Director of the Spoleto Festival USA.  Please RSVP to join this Zoom event, which will enable you to submit questions, in writing, directly to the moderator.  Click HERE to register.




“Goes to the very heart of the vital role art plays in our society during times of social crisis.” – Henry Louis Gates Jr.

“This gripping ode to creativity and to the resiliency of the human spirit… is a definitive ‘must-see’ for every dancer.” – Mikhail Baryshnikov

“How the work that was born of… brilliance and grief continues to hold, inspire, and animate current and future artists and audiences.” – Claire Danes

“The depth of this film is enormous. It touches the heart and stimulates the mind. It’s a work of such great feeling, poetic beauty, and relevance in the times through which we are living.” – Andre Gregory

“A fascinatingly up-close look at how a dance piece is made (or re-made), it’s a surprisingly emotional look at how a piece forged amid the pain of one era can speak to later eras.” – Tim Murphy, The Body

Broken Diamonds @ Virtual Screening
Jul 23 – Aug 27 all-day

Ben Platt stars as Scott, a twenty-something writer who sees his dream of moving to Paris put in jeopardy when he’s forced to temporarily take in his wildly unpredictable, mentally ill sister Cindy who is living with schizophrenia. An emotional dramatic comedy about family, compassion and forgiveness, brought to life via two powerhouse acting performances from Ben Platt and Lola Kirke.

Peter Sattler | Narrative, Drama | 2021 | 90 minutes | USA | $12



“If there was any question Ben Platt is the real deal, the Dear Evan Hansen Tony winner and star of Netflix’s quirky The Politician, proves he has the acting chops to stand next to the best of his generation in the new indie dramedy, Broken Diamonds.” – Pete Hammond, Deadline. 

“A topical and emotionally accessible film that should easily connect with sympathetic viewers, particularly those familiar with the debilitating effects of chronic mental health issues.” – Justin Lowe, Hollywood Reporter

“Broken Diamonds is a beautiful, real, raw, emotional journey. Both Platt and Kirke absolutely shine in their roles, and do a fantastic job of bringing mental illness to the forefront of this film.” – Tessa Smith, Mama’s Geeky