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Check out the #HIFF28 Award Winners,
now playing in our Virtual Cinema.
Our Closing Night Film ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI... is also the recipient of the Victor Rabinowitz & Joanne Grant Award for Social Justice.
Good news! The film will be available to watch at 11am ET, eight hours earlier than originally scheduled.* Enjoy!
ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI...
In Regina King’s feature directorial debut, Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom, Jr.) and Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge) celebrate with Cassius Claysoon to be Muhammad Ali—(Eli Goree) after his surprise defeat of heavyweight champion Sonny Liston in 1964.
Sponsored by The Purist 
*May be viewed at any time throughout through October 14
*Virtual Discovery Passholders must purchase a separate ticket to watch

Best Documentary Feature
COLLECTIVE

Following journalists who investigate a deadly fire in a Bucharest nightclub, Alexander Nanau’s revelatory documentary is a powerful indictment of governmental corruption and a tribute to those working tirelessly to uncover the truth.
Best Narrative Feature
THIS IS NOT A BURIAL,
IT'S A RESURRECTION

A beguiling parable of displacement and resilience, Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese's beautiful film is an expressionistic elegy for things lost, and for memory itself.
Peter Macgregor Scott Memorial Award
and Best Narrative Short Film

ENTRE TÚ Y MILAGROS

Directed by Mariana Saffon
At 15, Milagros’s world still revolves around her mother’s affection, until an unexpected encounter with death makes her question their relationship and her own existence.
Best Documentary Short
THE GAME (DAS SPIEL)

Directed by Roman Hodel
The exhilarating highs and lows of a professional soccer match, all from the watchful perspective of a referee at the very heart of the action.
New York Women in Film & Television Award for Directing
FAREWELL AMOR

After 17 years, an Angolan immigrant in NYC welcomes his family when their visas are finally approved. Ekwa Msangi’s captivating debut feature beautifully explores the layered experience of immigration and assimilation.
New York Women in Film & Television Award for Excellent in Docu Filmmaking
CODED BIAS

Shalini Kantayya explores a researcher’s startling discovery that facial recognition does not see dark-skinned faces and women accurately, and her push for legislation against bias in the algorithms that impact us.
Brizzolara Family Foundation Award for Films of Conflict & Resolution
WITH DRAWN ARMS

A testament to the courage of those willing to make their voices heard, no matter the cost, directors Glenn Kaino + Afshin Shahidi share gold medalist Tommie Smith’s story.
Sponsored by Unsubscribed  
SCHEDULED VIRTUAL SCREENINGS 
NINE DAYS
Winston Duke and Zazie Beetz star in Edson Oda's brilliant, haunting piece that grapples with the enormous complexity of the human condition.

Watch via Virtual Cinema at 3pm
from NY, NJ, CT, MA 
Sponsored by Shou Sugi Ban house
THE CLIMB
After a startling confession, two men (filmmakers Michael Angelo Covino + Kyle Marvin) navigate their co-dependent, often chaotic, yet inescapable friendship, in this hilarious contemporary American comedy.

Watch via Virtual Cinema at 7pm
from NY, NJ, CT, MA 
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