Feature Film Program
CNN Films, HBO Max, Tribeca Festival, and the Fort Greene Tennis Association present a free community screening of Citizen Ashe, exploring the enduring legacy of tennis great and humanitarian Arthur Ashe.
Rex Miller & Sam Pollard | US, UK | 95
Co-presented by CNN Films, HBO Max, Tribeca Festival, and the Fort Greene Tennis Association.
The Tribeca Festival brings artists and diverse audiences together to celebrate storytelling in all its forms, including film, TV, VR, gaming, music, and online work. With strong roots in independent film, Tribeca is a platform for creative expression and immersive entertainment. Tribeca champions emerging and established voices; discovers award-winning filmmakers and creators; curates innovative experiences; and introduces new technology and ideas through premieres, exhibitions, talks, and live performances.
Quiana is an accomplished artist in addition to her work as a DJ. During Quiana's cancer treatment, she discovered peace and happiness in art. "Sisters," one of Quiana's first pieces, depicts the unwavering love she received from the women in her life while she was in remission from cancer. Quiana's work has been shown at Art Basel Miami and the Scope New York Art Fair. She has since partnered with brands such as Neiman Marcus and Adidas, among others.
Quiana is a cultural force to be reckoned with who is more than just a DJ and an artist. Her style and coolness are two of her most valuable assets as a social media influencer today. Nylon Guys Magazine named Quiana one of the "Top 5 New York DJs You Should Know." Her work has been featured in Highsnobiety, The Coveter, The Huffington Post, and The New York Times.
In addition to her demanding performance schedule and blossoming art career, Quiana believes in using her craft for good. Quiana founded DJ for a Cure, an awareness project that combines her love of music with the goal of raising awareness about blood cancers, as a proud 16-year survivor of Lymphoma. Quiana, a proud survivor, is still using her talents to give other patients and survivors a voice. DJ for a Cure has donated to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, Delete Blood Cancer | DKMS, and Gabrielle's Angel Foundation.
IN THE EVENT OF RAIN, SHOW WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT THE SAME LOCATION. NO ALCOHOL IS PERMITTED.
How will it work?RSVP is encouraged but not required for entry.
Where will the screening take place?The entrance to the screening will be at the Myrtle Avenue and N Portland Ave entrance to Fort Greene Park. Seating will be on the lawn directly in front of this entrance, with check-in right at the gate to the lawn.
Can I bring food and drinks?No alcoholic beverages are allowed. Feel free to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages!
Do I need to wear a mask?Masks are encouraged while interacting with staff outdoors.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?Rooftop Films screenings are open to all ages.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?For a full list of Rooftop Films venues and directions, click here.
How accessible is this venue?The lawn where the film will take place is up a steep incline coming from all directions. We are happy to assist anyone walking up the incline, but if this brings up any concerns, please email us at email@example.com or call at 718-417-7362 for more information.
Fort Greene Park
Myrtle Ave & N Portland Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205