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Harlem Stage’s Fall Film Series: Harlem Stage on Screen

Harlem Stage, one of the country’s leading producers and presenters of film and performances by artists of color, presents a slate of provocative and insightful films as part of its Fall 2011 Season that spotlight issues of global and local import.  Each night in the series offers a short film, followed by the feature presentation and then a Q&A with the filmmaker. The films reflect political, sexual, ethnic and racial issues that affect people of all ages all over the world. “The films we’ve chosen to premiere at Harlem Stage this season offer cultural critiques with the capacity to transform the way we think about ourselves and each other,” says Harlem Stage Executive Director Patricia Cruz. For 30 years Harlem Stage has been one of the nation’s leading arts organizations, having achieved particular distinction through commissioning and presenting innovative works by artists of color and facilitating a productive engagement with the communities it serves through the performing arts. Its education programs each year provide 10,000 New York City children with access to a world of diverse cultures through the performing arts. Harlem’s Stage’s Fall 2011 Season begins September 22- December 7th. To view the film schedule visit  or call the Box Office at 212-281-9240 ext. 19 or 20 to purchase tickets.