Watch 3 New Clips From Justin Simien’s Much-Anticipated ‘Dear White People’

Watch 3 New Clips From Justin Simien's Much-Anticipated 'Dear White People'

Yesterday, Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art (NYC) revealed the complete lineup today for the 43rd edition of their New Directors/New Films event, which runs from March 19 – March 30

Films in the lineup that should be of specific interest to readers of this blog, include: Justin Simien’s Dear White PeopleRichard Ayoade’s The DoubleAbdellah Taïa’s Salvation Army (L’Armée du salut), and in the shorts program, Frances Bodomo’s Afronauts.

Ahead of the festival’s opening, Film Society has begun releasing preview clips from select films, starting with Simien’s much-anticipated Dear White People (read our Sundance Film Festival review of the film HERE).

Watch 3 clips from the film embedded below.

Tickets for the 43rd edition of their New Directors/New Films festival go on sale to the general public on Monday, March 10 at Noon.

Tickets are $15, $12 for members of the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Museum of Modern Art. Tickets for Opening Night, Centerpiece, and Closing Night screenings are $20, $15 for members. 
Save with a 3-film package: $36, $30 for members! Note: Opening Night, Centerpiece, and Closing Night screenings excluded.

Purchase online at, or in person at the box offices of the Film Society of Lincoln Center (W. 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue) and The Museum of Modern Art (11 W. 53rd Street).
There is an advance ticketing opportunity for members of the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Museum of Modern Art. Film Society and MoMA Members may purchase tickets starting on MondayMarch 3 at Noon. To become a Member of the Film Society or MoMA please visit: and, respectively.

Watch the 3 clips below:

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Can't wait (in my Bart Scott voice)…Google it.



that wig tho

I don't like that afro wig.

I wonder how the movie will fare given its attachments title and subject matter. I wonder what audience composition will be like.


film festivals are great! But forget the same distribution route, films like this need to be seen, put it on youtube(the rental part), itunes, amazon, VOD through cable etc…shooot do your own, there are a lot of web developers out here. Sundance was great but ummmm no one commenting has seen it and this film has had a trailer out for almost 3 now. I hope they think outside of the box for this distribution wise.


We need this film. wait, my soul needs this film and to place reality into it when the character said I got shoes older than you or something to that effect, well I am in his age bracket and we need this film -PERIOD!

Lauren B

I'm so ready to see this movie! What's going on with the distribution? How come we haven't heard anything yet? I hope this isn't a situation where they travel the festival circuit for years and THEN decide to release the film…when all the momentum is gone.

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