• Photo by Dara Messinger

  • Filmmakers of For Ahkeem. Photo by Jessica Lee

  • Attendees of DocuClub NY: Cooked. Photo by Dara Messinger

  • Photo by Dara Messinger

  • Attendees of DocuClub NY: Afterwawrd taking notes. Photo by Dara Messinger

  • Nathan Fitch and Bryan Chang of Island Solider. Photo by Nabin Park

 

  • October 11, 2018 @ 7:30pm
    Los Angeles, CA

    It's a dirty job, but Singaporean entrepreneur Jack Sim is fighting the world's sanitation crisis one loo at a time. Mr. Toilet, as he likes to be called, founded the other WTO, The World Toilet Organization, and after thirteen years spent lobbying 193 countries, he created “UN World Toilet Day.” But he is soon to learn there is a price to pay for being the World’s #2 superhero.

  • October 1, 2018 @ 7:00pm
    New York, NY

    The kingdom of plastics is a NY redemption center for underdogs where the waste of society becomes the dreams of its inhabitants. WIP screening is followed by a feedback discussion with Directors Adán Aliaga and Àlex Lora, and Producer Isa Feliu.

  • June 4, 2018 @ 7:00pm
    New York, NY

    DocuClub NY kicks off DCTV Presents Summer 2018 season with This Might Hurt, an intimate verite film that follows three chronic pain patients who have spent years trying and failing to cure their illness through modern medicine. Desperate for relief, they enter a mind-body medicine program that focuses on uncovering buried trauma at the root of their suffering, retraining their brains to turn off pain.

  • May 14, 2018 @ 7:30pm
    Los Angeles, CA

    Doo wop, featuring stellar vocal harmonies sung a cappella, was born on street corners in the 1950s. soon, the Coasters, The Drifters and Frankie Valli were singing their hearts out to America on Alan Freed’s influential radio show. In Streetlight Harmonies, a who’s who of musicians trace the evolution of American pop music from doo wop and Phil Spector’s legendary ‘wall of sound’ up through Motown, surf music and the British Invasion.

  • March 19, 2018 @ 7:30pm
    Los Angeles, CA

    Please join us Monday, March 19 a work-in-progress screening of In-Justice, spotlighting the impossible choices Afghan women face in a society that keeps them locked in bonds of tradition by presenting an intimate portrait of two heroic women fighting for their freedom after being wrongly imprisoned for supposed “moral” crimes by a male-dominated justice system.