Mnews logo 262wTake a Turn for Millennium

The next few months are crucial to Millennium’s survival.
Millennium is now positioned with much lower operating costs, but until we win grants, we must…
– Earn some income through periodic Millennium50 benefit workshops
– Raise funds through crowdsource and donation campaigns to restore and acquire equipment for workshops and rentals
– Pursue ongoing fundraising to build a strategic financial reserve

“Take a Turn” for Millennium.  
Millennium’s survival will require some volunteer effort by members and friends. We know that your time is precious -it’s all you have. If you can “take a turn” -commit to a few hours a week, for a limited number of months -we will seek another volunteer to take a turn when you’re done. Your gift of time will make an enormous difference.

How to volunteer.
Go to the Volunteer Page to see a list of volunteer roles that Millennium needs filled.  Use the Volunteer form on that page to volunteer for a role …or to offer another way to help.

Spectacle logoSpectacle Theater hosts Millennium fall Screenings

This fall our new partners Spectacle Theater in Williamsburg will graciously host our Personal Cinema Screenings. All programs will begin at 7:30 pm, and all are scheduled for Wednesday evenings (except for the “Vague Terrain” program on Thursday 9/17).  Spectacle is located at 124 South 3rd Street in Brooklyn, between Bedford Avenue and Berry Street (directions).  The Personal Cinema schedule through October is:

Weds 9/9 “Films from the Polynesian Triangle”  Celebrating Millennium Film Journal issue 61 “World Views” -Martin Rumsby, guest curator

Thurs 9/17 “Vague Terrain”  Angela Ferraiolo, guest curator.

Weds 9/23  “Kim Richards Got Arrested at Target”  Films by Joey Huertas

Weds 9/30  “Trip and Go Naked”  Films by Chris Fiore

Weds 10/14  “Films by Jacob Burckhardt”

Weds 10/21  “String Theory: Recent Works by Roberta Friedman & Grahame Weinbren”

Weds 10/28  “Films by Tim Geraghty”