Festival Cinema Invisible, a film festival that showcases films from the Middle East, is coming to Proctors on April 1 through April 3.
FCI is the only film festival in upstate New York that showcases films from Persian-speaking communities and beyond. FCI’s annual celebration brings together cinema enthusiasts and filmmakers to discover the best “invisible cinema.
FCI 2016 starts with a kick-off reception on Friday, April 1, 2016 from 7pm – 9pm and will feature engaging presentations by guest speakers, light fare and a cash bar. Films will screen Saturday, April 2 from 12pm-9pm and Sunday April 3, from 12pm-6pm. There will be panel discussions on both days. Director Mara Ahmed will be in attendance on Saturday to screen her film “A Thin Wall, about the partition of India and Pakistan, and a Q&A with the director will follow.
The festival schedule is available on the FCI website. The kind folks at FCI have hooked me up with a pair of tickets to giveaway, and you can enter below.
If you are not the contest type, tickets are currently available and are $40 for a festival pass, $25 for a day pass, and $10 for individual session tickets.
Learn more about FCI on their website.