FMC is proud to offer a workshop on curating works of avant garde and experimental cinema with programmer Devon Narine-Singh.

Join FMC Programmer Devon Narine-Singh for a workshop that explores the curatorial process using FMC’s archive.  You will come away from the class being a co-curator for an upcoming FMC program made in collaboration with other workshop participants. Select excerpts of FMC films from past programs will be shown alongside a tour of the paper archive led by FMC Executive Director MM Serra.  The workshop will take place in two sessions, 12pm-2pm and then 3pm-6pm. The first one will introduce participants to FMC, the archive and prior programs. The second session will have you research and construct a program that will premiere as part of FMC’s 60th Anniversary celebration this Fall. 

Masks Required 

Proof of Vaccination Required

The workshop is limited to 8 spots. Purchase information:

Devon Narine-Singh is a filmmaker and curator. His works have screened at Microscope Gallery, YOUKI International Youth Media Festival, NOFLASH Video Show, UltraCinema, The New School and The Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival. He has presented screenings and presentations at The Film-Makers Coop, Maysles Cinema, NYU Cinema Studies and UnionDocs. Along with Alia Ayman and Suneil Sanzgiri, he is one of the programmers in residency for the 2020-2021 Flaherty NYC. He has a BFA in Filmmaking from SUNY Purchase and is currently pursuing his MA in Screen Studies at Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema at Brooklyn College. His writing has been published in Dedza Scrapbook for Dedza Film’s first release Who Will Start Another Fire.