Tango Macbeth Premieres in Queens at Museum of the Moving Image Friday August 15th 7pm

Screening & Live Event
Tango Macbeth

 

With director Nadine Patterson in person

Part of the series Changing the Picture, sponsored by Time Warner, Inc.

Dir. Nadine Patterson. 2012, 74 mins. Digital projection. With Alexandra Bailey, Brian Anthony Wilson. In this multicultural and experimental Macbeth, a theater company rehearses the play while a documentary crew follows them. This blend of world music, contemporary dance, humor, and cinema verite is a refreshing take on the classic tragedy, and the first film adaptation of Shakespeare directed by an African-American woman.

Tickets for Friday evening screenings: $12 ($9 for senior citizens and students / free for Museum members) and includes admission to the Museum’s galleries, which are open until 8:00 p.m. For more information on membership and to join online, visit our membership page.

SERIES
Changing the Picture (2014)

Ongoing
Sponsored by Time Warner Inc.
Organized by Chief Curator David Schwartz and Warrington Hudlin

This ongoing series celebrates and explores the work of film and television artists of color who are bringing diverse voices to the screen. The series, which consists of screenings and discussions with directors, writers, actors, scholars, and more, includes contemporary work as well as historically significant work that has played an important role in the evolving attempt to “change the picture” and bring a wider variety of voices and visions to the moving image.

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Tango Macbeth is Available for Home & School!

IMG_9408Tango Macbeth is available internationally for home download or streaming. DVDs are on sale for use in schools and libraries. Be the first to own this groundbreaking new film. Read an interview with director Nadine Patterson and learn why Shakespeare is particularly relevant today.

Educators in the USA can order the film on DVD with French subtitles and Closed Captioning for $49.95. Click here to order. An Educational Guide link is here for free.

 You can purchase a Digital HD version of the film via VHX.TV for $6.99. Once you purchase it you can stream or download the film on any device. Just type in the code “TMAC” at http://tangomacbeth.vhx.tv/   to get the discounted price.

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Tango Macbeth is now part of the Sembene Film & Arts Festival in Pittsburgh! 7pm Tues. Feb. 18th @ Southside Works Cinema

Our Pittsburgh premiere is now co-sponsored by the Sembene Film & Arts Festival.

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We are presenting our film via Tugg. You MUST make your reservation online. You can order your $10 tickets here http://www.tugg.com/events/7259.  It is best if you order your ticket today or before February 17th. Don’t miss out on this one time only Pittsburgh screening with director Nadine Patterson. There will be a Q&A immediately following the film with the director and assistant director Martha Conley.

The Sembene Film & Arts Festival formed in 2009 to celebrate the life and honor the legacy of Senegalese filmmaker Ousmane Sembène.  Ousmane Sembène is considered the ‘Father of African Cinema’ and one of the most important filmmakers of the 20th century.  Sembène – the Film & Arts Festival is the first film festival ever launched in honor of the Ousmane Sembène and it’s the first film festival in the region dedicated to showcasing films by, about and from the African Diaspora.

Festival organizers see the festival as a vehicle to speak to the critical issues facing people of African descent – indeed, the world community.  Check out the February line-up. Visit: http://www.sembenefilmfestival.org/

I look forward to meeting you all at Southside Works Cinema! Tuesday 7pm February 18th— Cheers, Nadine Patterson, writer/director TANGO MACBETH

Hello Pittsburgh ~ Southside Works Cinemas & Tugg Present: TANGO MACBETH Tuesday 7pm February 18th

Welcome to the official website for TANGO MACBETH.

It’s a play, within a documentary, within a film. It’s unlike any version of Macbeth you have ever seen. The Assistant Director for TANGO MACBETH is Pittsburgh’s own Martha Conley.

We are presenting our film via Tugg. You can make your reservation online. You can order your $10 tickets here http://www.tugg.com/events/7259. Your account will not be charged until we meet the threshold of 64 seats. If we do not meet that mark by Tuesday February 11th, the film event will be cancelled and your card will not be charged.

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We MUST make the threshold, and preferably way before the deadline. Please join us in this exciting new way of bringing American Independent Cinema to communities across the USA.  I look forward to meeting you all at Southside Works Cinemas! Tuesday 7pm February 18th— Cheers, Nadine Patterson, writer/director TANGO MACBETH

More Tickets Available Now! Come & See Tango Macbeth @ Philadelphia’s RITZ 5 Thurs. Jan. 23rd 7:30pm

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Come and see Tango Macbeth! Over 200 film lovers are attending this groundbreaking event. Please join us.

Due to the overwhelming response, the Ritz 5 has moved us to a larger screening room ! You have hours left to order tickets: http://www.tugg.com/events/7065.

Let’s see if we can fill the theater– 243 seats, and give more money to Philadanco!

Group Organizers to TANGO MACBETH Ritz 5 Event Receive DVD of the Film

Good Day HipCinema Friends,
The snow has melted and we are heading into the last days for ticket reservations for TANGO MACBETH. We MUST reach 111 ticket sales or the screening will be cancelled. We are offering a DVD to each person that organizes a group of 10 or more people to attend the Jan. 23rd screening at the Ritz 5 http://www.tugg.com/go/zzkfxw. So if you include the ticket(s) you have already reserved and get additional friends to join (up to a total of at least 10) you get a Tango Macbeth DVD. Please send an email to hipcinema23@yahoo.com with your name and include a list of names/or # of the people who will join you at the event and the name of your organization/group. We encourage you to call people over the phone or make the request face to face as well as email, FaceBook or text. Go to www.tangomacbeth.com for more information on the film. Again thank you for your support. See you at the Ritz!

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Tango Macbeth DVD now Available to Colleges and High Schools

“We, the viewers, are invited to engage in the film’s tango of power, responsibility, and consequences through director Nadine Patterson’s artistic choices to recast and re-present Shakespeare’s Macbeth in ways that reflect cultural histories and rhythms with African and multicultural roots.”   —- Dr. Joan May T. Cordova @ForCommunities

TANGO MACBETH is officially available for educators, college and high school, through TransitMedia. Click here to purchase. This innovative film is perfect for teaching MACBETH within the 21st Century classroom. A study guide is available for free at this link.

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Tango Macbeth European Premiere in Paris September 7th

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Tango Macbeth makes it European premiere in Paris France as part of the African Diaspora International Film Festival Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 7:15pm at LE BRADY cinema 39 Boulevard de Strasbourg 75010 Paris www.lebrady.fr

Tickets are 8  Euros. For tickets click here.

TANGO MACBETH
European Premiere

A theater company rehearses Macbeth. A documentary film crew follows them during the rehearsal process. Occasionally the actors become lost in Shakespeare’s world. This blend of intense drama, dance and humor is a refreshing take on Shakespeare’s classic text.

Directed by Nadine M. Patterson, 2012, 73 min, USA, Drama-Documentary, English
Q&A with the director Nadine Patterson will follow the film

[En Français]

TANGO MACBETH
Réalisé par Nadine Patterson
Durée : 1h13.

Le Samedi 7 Septembre à 19h15 LE BRADY  39 Boulevard de Strasbourg 75010 Paris www.lebrady.fr

8 Euros. Achetez vos places ici.

Une troupe de théâtre répète Macbeth. Une équipe de tournage de documentaire suit la répétition. Parfois, les acteurs se perdent dans le monde de Shakespeare. Ce mélange de drame intense, de danse et d’humour est une prise régénératrice sur le texte classique de Shakespeare.

DÉBAT avec la réalisatrice après la projection.