Cafe in the Balcony of the Herkimer Mall
About "Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project"
Marion Stokes secretly recorded television twenty-four hours a day for thirty years—capturing revolutions, lies, wars, triumphs, and catastrophes that tell us who we were and how the media shaped the world of today.
View clip from "Eating Up Easter"
8pm, Tuesday, July 14th:
On-Line with Discussion to Follow at 9:30 pm
Our New Location at the Herkimer Mall,
142 North Main Street, Herkimer, NY 13350
About the Film, "Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project"
to screen July 14th in on-line with Image Quilt Cinema.
Marion Stokes secretly recorded television twenty-four hours a day for thirty years. It started in 1979 with the dawn of the twenty-four hour news cycle and ended when Marion passed away in 2012. In total, Marion recorded on 70,000 VHS tapes, capturing revolutions, lies, wars, triumphs, and catastrophes that tell us who we were and how television has shaped the world of today.
This year Image Quilt will feature work of visual and performing artists before and after movie screenings. Come to an event to learn more about the work of Tage Sprague, sculptor.
Image Quilt Cinema will continue to screening independent films and the Indie Pop Up Lens Series in Herkimer, NY, Camden, NJ, Albany, NY, throughout 2020-2021.
We are also co-sponsoring a New Playright's series which will feature the work of local screenwriters and playrights.
Check out the website to find out when and where. to see a performance of "Emancipado" (director/choreographer: Omonike Akinyemi, and "The Chicken Chester Chronicles" (writer/co-director) Ian Scianablo
Kids First Film Festival, Fort Plain, NY
Coming Soon in Summer 2020 at
Image Quilt Free Films at the
St. Johnsville Marina and Herkimer Mall
Interested in Attending a Film Screening Near You?
Image Quilt Cinema also screens in partnership with the Camden Free Public Library in Camden, New Jersey:
Camden, New Jersey:
Indie Works series:
Image Quilt will be screening independent films at our cinema at the Herkimer Mall in Herkimer, NY, the Madison Theater in Albany, NY, and the Camden Free Public Library in Camden, New Jersey. If you are a filmmaker and have a film screen, please email us with a link to your work and contact information. Email:
Interested in commissioning a live dance film piece?
Is a documentary and dance piece that Image Quilt Productions, Inc. is producing. Shot on 35mm, 16mm, and digital video between 1997 and 2003, the piece tells the story of people of African descent living in Paris, France and their struggle with visibility. Performed on Feb 1st, 2016 at Montclair State University in New Jersey, with performers, Marsha Pierre, Emmanuel Paulino, and Omonike Akinyemi, the piece can be commissioned for public performance. Other pieces from Image Quilt Dance Theater's repertoire include, "Emancipado", and "Obatala". View Clip from "Paris/Black/Woman" Here:
Our Medium: Hi-Definition Digital and 16mm Film Production, Our Aim:
To Inspire, To Dare.
Image Quilt Productions, Inc. is a film production company based in New York.
With a presence in Fort Plain, Albany, Newark, NJ, and New York City, our aim
is to make and show independent films to daring audiences.
Founded in 2001 by filmmaker, Omonike Akinyemi, Image Quilt is where cinema
as an art can be created and appreciated by an audience.
A Docu-Drama on the life of Lady Ostapeck, a self-made photographer of Finnishdescent who resides in Fly Creek, NY. Let Lady charm you with her life of passion.
Now Screening at Image Quilt Cinema: Independent Features at the Madison
Coming Soon,,, March 2020
Omo Sango: A Series In Development
They are passionate poets and characters on the edge. In this series of films we meet people under the influence of Shango, the god of Thunder.