FREE ONLINE – 9:30pm on August 4, 2021 – Bronx Film Wednesdays presents LUZ IN LATIN AMERICA by Amanda Nemcik. the inspiring account of international bodyboarding star Luz ‘Loly’ Grande—a young woman on a personal mission to make bodyboarding a means to improve the lives of disadvantaged children in Puerto Rico, Argentina, Brazil, and Peru. Also featuring many other greats of bodyboarding from the Americas! Hosted by BronxNet’s Sonyi Lopez and featuring brand new interview with the film director. – SAVE THE DATE!
FREE ONLINE – 9:30pm on September 1, 2021 – Bronx Film Wednesdays presents LATIN AMERICAN SHORTS, six extraordinary stories by talent to watch. Selection includes past winners of the 21 Islands International Short Film Festival and together illustrate a wide range of topics and aesthetic approaches. Featuring filmmakers from PUERTO RICO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, CUBA, ARGENTINA, and BRAZIL. Curated by Melisa Ramos, hosted by BronxNet’s Sonyi Lopez, and featuring brand new interview with film director Michelle Malley-Campos. – SAVE THE DATE!
FREE ONLINE – 9:30pm on October 6, 2021 – Bronx Film Wednesdays presents GREAT ANIMATIONS: A specially curated selection of 12 standout animated shorts from our 21 Islands International Short Film Festival plus interviews with directors Radheya Jegatheva and Carol Freeman. Curated by Melisa Ramos and hosted by BronxNet’s Sonyi Lopez. Watch online and on public access cable television. – SAVE THE DATE!
FREE ONLINE – 7:30pm on September 18, 2021 – Pregones/PRTT is a proud partner in IRÉ Records release of the original cast recording album of We Have Iré, by poet/performance artist/playwright Paul S. Flores with original music by Grammy-winning alto saxophonist/percussionist/composer Yosvany Terry. Watch the 28-min behind-the-scenes “Making of” video by filmmaker Amílcar Navarro, and meet the artists and producers of this essential new record! Join the party — ON FACEBOOK LIVE
FREE ONLINE – 9:30pm on November 3, 2021 – Bronx Film Wednesdays presents MY KINGDOM COME: The life and struggle to walk again of renowned Spanish kickboxing world champion Simón González. Series curated by Melisa Ramos and hosted by BronxNet’s Sonyi Lopez. Watch online and on public access cable television. – SAVE THE DATE!
FREE ONLINE – Free on-demand through November 30, 2021 – Latino Theater Company’s Re:Encuentro Festival presents the digital premiere of Paul S. Flores’ WE HAVE IRÉ. A new multidisciplinary theater work by the award-winning poet, performance artist and playwright, the show explores the lives of Afro-Cuban and Cuban-American transnational artists living in the United States, and their influence on and experience with American culture. Directed by Rosalba Rolón. Following premiere, stream will be available on-demand for 10 days through midnight on November 30. — RSVP NOW!
FREE ONLINE – 9:30pm on January 5, 2022 – Pregones/PRTT will be airing its 6th Annual 21 Islands International Short Film Festival in the month of February 2022! In anticipation of our newest edition, this month’s Bronx Film Wednesdays broadcast takes a look back at the Best of Fest 2021 when we turned 5 years young. Fest curated for Pregones/PRTT by Melisa Ramos and hosted by BronxNet’s Sonyi Lopez. – TUNE IN!
FREE ONLINE – February 9-23, 2022 – The 6th edition of Pregones/PRTT’s 21 Islands International Short Film Fest is online for free streaming and bursting with visual pizzazz! 55 multigenre and multilingual short films from around the world organized into 5 fun-packed festival Groups. Winners include multiple Festival Jury Prizes and Audience Choice Awards. Streaming for a two-week period starting Wednesday, February 9th. — WATCH & VOTE!
FREE ONLINE and CABLE TV – 9:30pm on April 6, 2022 – Bronx Film Wednesdays presents Diana Quiñones Rivera’s RESISTIMOS (We Resist), a documentary about traditional Puerto Rican Bomba music and dance. – TUNE IN!
FREE ONLINE and CABLE TV – 9:30pm on May 4, 2022 – Bronx Film Wednesdays presents Johannéz Gómez Terrero’s CARIBBEAN FANTASY, an oneiric documentary on the waters of Santo Domingo’s Ozama River. – TUNE IN!