Born to Fly: New Landings

Born To Fly is still taking the world by storm. Here are a few of the festivals and screenings that are coming up. For the complete list, check out our Born to Fly screening page here



Tickets just went on sale for our Dance on Camerascreening at Lincoln Center. The festival celebrates the immediacy of dance combined with the intimacy of film and features such films as Dancing Is Living: Benjamin Millepied and Desert Dancer. And this year, during the Dance on Camera Kickoff Gala, our own Elizabeth Streb will present Lois Greenfield with the Dance in Focus Award.

Don't miss our screening February 1st at the Walter Reade Theater in New York, NY. 


Born to Fly has also been chosen to be part of the Wexner Center's Visiting Filmmakers Series. The screening will be accompanied by a Q&A with Catherine Gund and Elizabeth Streb. Get your tickets for the January 23rd screening in Columbus, OH. 



The Athena Film Festival, which highlights women and leadership in the film industry, will feature Born to Flyon February 8th at Barnard College in New York, NY. In addition to the screening, there will also be a panel discussion featuring the Born to Fly cinematographer, Kristen Johnson. She, along with two other female cinematographers, will discuss how they broke into the "private club" of cinematography and became some of the most in-demand names in the game.  

Get your tickets to the screening here and the cinematography panel here

For up to date information on all our upcoming screenings, check out our Born to Fly screenings page.

Board of Directors Update

It’s a new year, and we have some exciting changes for our Board of Directors for 2015.

First, we want to send our gratitude to Julie Tolentino, who will be stepping down from the board this year.

Tolentino is a dancer and choreographer who creates intimate solo movement-based installations including time-based durational performances, sculptural endurance events and audio soundscapes. Tolentino has served as a committed board member for the last 12 years, and we are sad to see her go.

We would also like to welcome Marques McClary and Vivien Labaton to the Aubin Pictures Board of Directors.  

Marques is currently Director of Marketing and Communications for the American Academy in Rome, which supports innovative artists, writers, and scholars living and working together in a dynamic international community. Marques also has broad experience working within the MSM and HIV patient/advocacy community.  

Vivien Labaton is Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of Make it Work, a campaign to advance the economic security of women and families. Labaton started her career working with Gloria Steinem and as the founding Director of the Third Wave Foundation and is also the co-editor of The Fire This Time: Young Activists and the New Feminism (Anchor Books).

Finally, with the new year comes a new president, Dána-Ain Davis.

Dána-Ain Davis Ph.D., is on the Faculty in Anthropology at the Graduate Center, City University of New York and is the Associate Chair of the MA Program in Urban Affairs at Queens College. Davis was a founding board member of Aubin Pictures, and we look forward to her continued wisdom and guidance.