We are currently booking school groups for blocks of seats on April 12, 13, and 16 at the Ashland Street Cinema. We have curated school group programs just for your students to experience as part of the regular school day.
Our staff will be happy to work with you on ticketing arrangements. All school group tickets (students & adult chaperones) will be sold at the student ticket price of $6. Our Box Office opens on March 26, so please contact us prior to that date to secure tickets for your group. Theaters will be filled on a first-come first-served basis, so please contact us today!
All ticketing inquiries can be sent to Jana Carole, Education Coordinator
Ashland Street Cinema
Thursday April 12, 10:10am SOLD OUT
Thursday April 12, 12:40pm
Friday April 13, 10:10am
Monday April 16, 12:40pm
Running Time: 60 minutes
Recommended Ages: Any
KID FLIX is a 60-minute curated collection of animated shorts from the 2017 New York Children's International Film Festival appropriate for all ages.
NO MAPS ON MY TAPS Ashland Street Cinema
Friday April 13, 12:40pm
Running Time: 80 minutes
Recommended Ages: Middle School and above Download the Study Guide
Special live tap demonstration immediately following the film!
This spirited film offers unique insight into jazz tap dancing as an indigenous American art form. The spirit of tap in its heyday, shown in rare photographs and Hollywood film clips of the 1930s, provides a backdrop for intimate portraits of three surviving Harlem "hoofers." Sandman Sims, Chuck Green and Bunny Briggs tell the story of tap as an expression of black heritage and culture. NO MAPS ON MY TAPS is an indispensable historical record of this distinctly American art form.
Ashland Street Cinema
Monday April 16, 10:10am LIMITED SEATING
Running Time: 77 minutes
Recommended Ages: Middle School and above
A Swazi girl embarks on a dangerous quest to rescue her young twin brothers. This animated African tale is born in the imaginations of five orphaned children in Swaziland who collaborate to tell a story of perseverance drawn from their darkest memories and brightest dreams. Their fictional character’s journey is interwoven with poetic and observational documentary scenes to create a genre-defying celebration of collective storytelling.
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