Photoville’s spectacular evening screenings take place in our Smorgasburg Beer Garden.
They are free and open to the public.


Photoville Celebrates Community

SUNDAY, Sept 15th | 7PM

Join United Photo Industries and the Photoville family, as we celebrate our fantastic photo community, and present the latest work of many of our closest friends in the photo world.

An Evening with The New York Times

FRIDAY, Sept 13th | 7.30PM

The New York Times photographers and editors will share highlights from our coverage of some of the year’s most visually compelling stories, including the women of the 116th Congress, fresh reports with archival photographs, and the Magazine’s New York City Issue.

35 Years of Impact: Images from ICP’s Infinity Awards

SATURDAY, Sept 14th | 7.30PM

The International Center of Photography presents the work of its most notable Infinity Award honorees from the past three decades.

Waterkeeper Alliance: The Hero Shot

THURSDAY, Sept 19th | 7.30PM

A panel discussion with the Waterkeeper Warriors who are fighting horrific acts of environmental injustice and the photographers who have captured their incredible perseverance and spirit.

FOR SAMA: On the Frontline – A Female Perspective of the Syrian Conflict

FRIDAY, Sept 20th | 7.30PM

FOR SAMA is the incredible story of Waad al-Kateab, a journalist/filmmaker who filmed her life for over five years during the conflict in Aleppo, Syria. Join the post-screening discussion for insight into the Syrian conflict, the global refugee crisis, and human rights.

Conservation Storytelling at National Geographic

SATURDAY, Sept 21th | 7.30 PM

Join National Geographic Director of Photography Sarah Leen and photographers as they share their experiences covering the poaching crisis, climate change and wildlife tourism.

The Photoville Beer Garden is open to all ages – State Identification will be required, and a Special “Over 21” wrist band distributed in order to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages. No outside Alcoholic beverages will be allowed.