Calendar of Events

Special Events

Date:
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time:
8 p.m.
Location:
Dryden Theatre
The Rochester Int’l. Film Festival is the longest running, continually held short film festival … in the world! Each Spring we screen dozens of short films (< 30 min. each) from around the globe for near-capacity crowds at George Eastman Museum’s Dryden Theatre. Attending filmmakers engage audience members in post-screening Q&As, enjoy complimentary day trips and more. Produced and presented by Movies On A Shoestring, Inc. (MOAS aka moh-az), since 1959, our local 100% volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit is happy to celebrate its 60th season with you. Won’t you join us?
Date:
Friday, April 27, 2018
Time:
8 p.m.
Location:
Dryden Theatre
The Rochester Int’l. Film Festival is the longest running, continually held short film festival … in the world! Each Spring we screen dozens of short films (< 30 min. each) from around the globe for near-capacity crowds at George Eastman Museum’s Dryden Theatre. Attending filmmakers engage audience members in post-screening Q&As, enjoy complimentary day trips and more. Produced and presented by Movies On A Shoestring, Inc. (MOAS aka moh-az), since 1959, our local 100% volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit is happy to celebrate its 60th season with you. Won’t you join us?
Date:
Saturday, April 28, 2018
Time:
4 p.m.
Location:
Dryden Theatre
The Rochester Int’l. Film Festival is the longest running, continually held short film festival … in the world! Each Spring we screen dozens of short films (< 30 min. each) from around the globe for near-capacity crowds at George Eastman Museum’s Dryden Theatre. Attending filmmakers engage audience members in post-screening Q&As, enjoy complimentary day trips and more. Produced and presented by Movies On A Shoestring, Inc. (MOAS aka moh-az), since 1959, our local 100% volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit is happy to celebrate its 60th season with you. Won’t you join us?
Date:
Saturday, April 28, 2018
Time:
8 p.m.
Location:
Dryden Theatre
The Rochester Int’l. Film Festival is the longest running, continually held short film festival … in the world! Each Spring we screen dozens of short films (< 30 min. each) from around the globe for near-capacity crowds at George Eastman Museum’s Dryden Theatre. Attending filmmakers engage audience members in post-screening Q&As, enjoy complimentary day trips and more. Produced and presented by Movies On A Shoestring, Inc. (MOAS aka moh-az), since 1959, our local 100% volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit is happy to celebrate its 60th season with you. Won’t you join us?
Date:
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Time:
6 p.m.
Location:
Potter Peristyle
The George Eastman Museum and the Rochester Cocktail Revival team up to bring you Drinking in Color, a fascinating evening of color experiments in cinema and cocktails.
Date:
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Time:
7:30 p.m.
Location:
Dryden Theatre
Special Nitrate Screening. Sir Laurence Olivier directs and acts in this definitive cinematic version of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, which won four well-deserved Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Actor. 
Date:
Monday, May 7, 2018
Time:
5:30 p.m.
Location:
George Eastman Museum
Enjoy prosecco, wine, and hors d'oeuvres and be among the first to see this exquisite array of elegant table settings, creatively themed tabletops, and lush floral arrangements on view throughout the East Avenue mansion of entrepreneur and philanthropist George Eastman.
Date:
Tuesday, May 8—Sunday, May 20, 2018
Time:
All day
Location:
George Eastman Museum
Eastman Entertains, a display of creatively themed tabletops, returns with tablescapes inspired by popular motion pictures. 
Date:
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Time:
10 a.m.3 p.m.
Location:
George Eastman Museum
Members' Preview 9–10 a.m. Purchase perennials and woody plants grown from seeds, divisions, cuttings, and offshoots from the museum gardens. Sale is located near the University Avenue entrance.
Date:
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Time:
7:30 p.m.
Location:
Dryden Theatre
Albanian Cinema Project | Special Guest. The shorts and features of Xhanfise Keko, all of which center on children’s themes and preoccupations, occupy a pivotal yet controversial place in Albanian cinema. These films were among the most popular of Albania’s Communist era, and remain widely loved. But this affection is now tempered with ambivalence about their association with an era many Albanians would prefer to forget.

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