Final Weekend for a Children’s Film Festival

More virtual treats for film fans:
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Vietnamese Children’s Favorite Stories

There’s a virtual StoryTime today at 1pm where Trần Thị Minh Phước reads from her book “Vietnamese Children’s Favorite Stories“.
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A Global Film Festival Comes to You(Tube)

Screen movies from home – from film festivals around the world: At “We Are One: A Global Film Festival“!

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New York City Ballet in Your Living Room

The New York City Ballet comes to you – with ballet shows, livestreamed dance classes (for adults and kids), and audio programming.

Performances
Every Tuesday and Friday at 8 PM EDT, “catch works from the NYCB repertory for 72 hours on NYCB’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, and homepage at nycballet.com.”

City Ballet The Podcast
Each Monday is new release, an exploration of NYCB, which brings you into the company’s history and present, and reveal insider tidbits. There will be “nine all-new episodes featuring discussions on some of the ballets included in the digital season programming.”

Wednesday with Wendy (All ages)
On Instagram Live: “A series of ballet-inspired movement classes taught by NYCB Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan. Each class will also be available after the livestream is complete on NYCB’s IGTV channel.”

Virtual Ballet Essentials Workshops (Adults)
Monday and Thursdays: “Tune in as NYCB artists lead viewers through a ballet warm-up and movement combination inspired by some of the Company’s iconic repertory. Stretch your mind and body with these one-of-a-kind virtual workshops.”

Ballet Breaks (Appropriate for Children Ages 3 – 8)
Saturday & Sunday Morning: “Join the artists of New York City Ballet for a series of lively movement activities, powered by Zoom. Each 20-minute Ballet Break Workshop will be taught by a NYCB dancer and will include a warm-up and choreography inspired by some of the Company’s most beloved ballets.”