The Parrish Art Museum presents and documents more than 100 public programs per year including intimate gallery talks, live music, films, and book signings featuring renowned artists, authors, musicians, filmmakers, and more. These events are available for you to explore and experience through our Podcasts and Videos.
As part of the OLA Film Festival, organized by the Organización Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, the Parrish hosted a special screening of Before the Ferry Arrives, followed by a conversation with Director Juan Caunedo Domínguez, live from Madrid, Spain. The film, a directing debut of Caunedo, alongside Vladimir García and Raúl Escobar Delgado, is a dark comedy that explores the sense of expectation and ambiguity experienced by Cubans when it was announced in 2015 that, after more than 50 years, a ferry service would resume between U.S. and Cuba, Before the Ferry Arrives is a smart portrait of a near-future Havana still in the midst of the restoration of U.S.-Cuba relations. The film, bold in form and structure, mixes elements of animation with live action, experimental and documentary film.
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