Today at The Clinton: Monday, Jul 25

Today At The Clinton Street Theater

Filming for new Indie Feature


Monday, Jul 25

A crew is coming in to film an indie feature.

Theater occupied all day--6am to 6pm.

Special Admission

Closed to the public.


POWFest Monthly is an extended festival dedicated to showcasing films directed by women. It provides year-round visibility to the wide range of high quality, thought-provoking films women create, and gives audiences an opportunity interact with the filmmakers. By doing so, POWFest Monthly supports the careers and leadership of women in film.

Screenings take place on the fourth Monday of every month at Clinton Street Theater and proceeds fund POWFest’s efforts to increase the number of women in leadership roles in media by providing resources, education and visibility.

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Miss Tibet: Beauty in Exile


Monday, Jul 25

directed by women logoPlays with a special screening of Ebony Goddess: Queen of Ilê Aiyê ~ Directed by Carolina Moraes-Liu

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Miss Tibet: Beauty in Exile
Norah Shapiro
70 minutes

Within a culture long revered for its spirituality, a maverick Tibetan promoter engages in a most un-Tibetan undertaking: a western-style beauty pageant. Miss Tibet follows Tibetan-American teen Tenzin Khecheo, as she travels to India to compete in this “pageant with a difference. The pageant founder sees the pageant as a way for young Tibetan women to both immerse themselves in Tibetan culture and add their voices to the Free Tibet struggle using the pageant as an unlikely platform, while also bringing a bit of glamour into his corner of the world. Khecheo finds herself immersed in her ancient culture and its current struggle. With slim hopes the situation inside Tibet will improve in the imaginable future, the stakes for holding onto “Tibetan-ess” has reached an all-time high. Yet the film’s main characters defy stereotypes, and despite a surprising controversy that overshadows the pageant’s aftermath, Khecheo returns home with a stronger connection to her Tibetan identity than she ever imagined was possible.

Special Admission

$5-10 sliding scale; no one turned away for lack of funds.