FINALLY! Sita in NY Dec. 25-31


Sita Sings the Blues plays for one week at New York’s IFC Film Center, Dec. 25-31. This is a real theatrical run, with 7 or 8 screenings a day. I’ll be doing Q & A’s at the 8:25 pm shows most (possibly all) nights. Tickets online!

The schedule so far (click on the time to purchase tickets):

IFC Film Center has beautiful screens and is located at 323 Sixth Avenue at West Third Street (map) in the West Village, right at the W. 4th St. Station (A, C, E, B, D, F, & V subway lines). Please tell all your NY friends and help us get butts in seats!

8 comments to FINALLY! Sita in NY Dec. 25-31

  • Yay! Those of you who haven’t been lucky enough to see “Sita” on the big screen should beg, borrow or steal to take advantage of this opportunity.

  • Piyali Bhattacharya, Wall Street Journal

    Hi Nina,

    My name is Piyali Bhattacharya and I write for the Wall Street Journal’s blog, Speakeasy ( I’d love to talk to you about your film’s run in New York next week, and do a spot on it for WSJ. Please do give me give me a call or send me an email before Thursday, if you have the time, at 914-261-1994 or

    Thanks so much, and congrats!


  • Hi NINA!!!!

    My Wife, Our baby (seven months) and I, we are all crazy about your SITA SINGS THE BLUES; it’s great; we watch it every day (and the baby before lunch)!!!

    It has an incredible secondary effect on the baby he eats all his lunch…….the first effect is happiness….

    I really wish I could meet you in person one day just to hug you….this is the effect your work made to me….

    I would also like to ask you if I can upload your movie on my channel on youtube and my webpage

    Best Of wishes and a happy new Year From Athens

  • Keerthana

    Hi Nina,

    Just saw your movie in YouTube.Its simply amazing,love just about everything in it,right from the music,animation to the narrators,the medieval castles popping in between and the Mughal style of characters and architectures and loads more ;-)LOL.
    Hats off to your creative genius!!!
    The best thing I liked about it was that you took a feminist version of the Ramayana.Kudos to you.

  • jerry glynn

    Hi Nina: Great news on the showing. Now, after 20 years of work you can be an overnight sensation. I told you that algebra we worked on years ago would pay off.
    Best of luck and I have some great stuff I would like you to look at and advise me.


  • I saw it last night, on the recommendation of my yoga teacher who said I should see it and in the theater. He was right! Beautiful, magical layering. It made me want to sign up for one of your classes!

  • […] Up to this point, Nina had managed to flip a legal and budgetary disadvantage into a powerful promotional tool. She then went full Ikari Warrior and released her original Flash files for any would-be animator to learn from. Since she was benefiting from the free culture approach, she saw a Thai fashion designer who used her artwork as free publicity. At the end of the day, she’s earned good money from the ancillary revenue streams. By getting the movie out there, she’s earned praise from big-name reviewers, been fêted at major film fests and even had a handful of paid theatrical runs. […]

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