*All events are virtual and free unless otherwise specified
“Q+A for George Soro’s Documentary, Soros” presented at Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan Film Department.
“Billionaire activist George Soros is one of the most influential and controversial figures of our time”. Famous for making a billion dollars in one day, Soros faces backlash for his immense dedication towards globalization and interconnectedness.
“With unprecedented access, American director Jesse Dylan follows Soros across the globe and pulls back the curtain on his personal history, private wealth, and public activism”. Catch this exclusive Q&A session for the documentary, as well as free access to the documentary at the link above!
“Must We Leave The Earth?” hosted by the US Embassy in Prague.
Our very own US Embassy is hosting a seminar that is out of this world (or at least trying to be). Deborah Barnhart is the CEO emerita of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, which includes Space Camp. The Center is the largest spaceflight museum in the world. She was one of the first women to be certified to fight on and drive Navy vessels; she later commanded five units and worked with Navy submarines, air, and space elements. Explore this talk to learn about SpaceX and the effect of space on the human body.
(Virtual Lesson) “SocietyX : Photography Editing 101 Workshop” hosted by the SocietyX Community.
Learn Photo Editing 101 at this free virtual lesson hosted by renowned photographer Peter Onysko. He has worked with brands such as Bentley, Tiffany and Co., Audemar Piguet, MBandF, and Ana Martins Communication across the retail, campaign, commercial, and private sectors. This yet experienced commercial photographer believes in producing work that captivates clients and creates an energetic atmosphere at his shoots.
(Virtual Seminar) “Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin: The Green New Deal” presented by the Guardian. Tickets start at 6 pounds.
Noam Chomsky, one of the world’s leading intellectuals, has been a voice for the progressive left throughout his career. He is widely recognised for his contributions to the human sciences and his anti-imperialist writing and activism.Robert Pollin is professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The authors argue that there is a solution, which will raise living standards and protect livelihoods, and it is the Green New Deal.
November 26t- 27th:
“Keep Your Distance – A Socially Distanced Comedy Show Vol. 9”. Tickets start at 20 USD.
The ninth installment of the Keep Your Distance comedy series features comedian KevOnStage and his friends in their return to the stage in this socially distanced stand-up comedy event.
This Thanksgiving Volume will be a pre-recorded special and it will be available all day November 26th and 27th. With a line-up of incredulous comedians, catch this American-style stand-up show filmed in a direct manner that will certainly make you feel like you’re back in the audience.