WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6th - 2 pm
Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa
Charles L. Blockson Afro - American Collection
Sullivan Hall, 1330 Polett Walk
(215) 204 - 8212
REGISTRATION REQUESTED - Part of the Temple University Libraries BEYOND THE PAGE program for Women’s History Month!
More info at library.temple.edu/beyondthepage
RESCHEDULED !! - NEW DATE - Thursday March 7th - 6:30 pm
Baltimore County Public Library - PIKESVILLE BRANCH
1301 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, Md.
www.bcpl.info (410) 887 - 1234
The director is proud to be a part of the library’s special “Meet The Filmmaker” screening in his home town!
Saturday, February 23rd - TWO Atlantic City Screenings for Black History Month ( Q & A to follow both screenings )
Atlantic City Free Public Library - 1 p.m.
1 North Tennessee Ave., Atlantic City, New Jersey
Main Library Meeting Room
(609) 345-2269 - Free !
Noyes Art Garage of Stockton University 3 - 6 p.m.
2200 Fairmount Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey
A presentation of Stockton University and The African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey
The Noyes Art Garage is the cornerstone of Atlantic City’s Arts District, with a mission to promote education, provide resources for emerging artists, and enrich the community. Be sure to check out the galleries, artists studios, shops, and cafe after the screening.
www.artsgarageac.com (609) 626 - 3805
Tuesday, October 16th, 3 p.m. & 4:30 p.m.
Al Gold Memorial Lecture Series 2018
Stockton University, Atlantic City, N. J.
Fannie Lou Hamer Event Room
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Through the Al Gold Memorial Lecture Series (in honor of her late father and first chief photographer of Atlantic City) historian Vicki Gold Levi is bringing this documentary to the city from which it began. Ms. Gold Levi and Stockton University’s Wendel White, distinguished professor of art, will be guest speakers. Mr. Scott will speak to the audience and answer questions following the screening. Lite refreshments will be served.
Thursday October 4th, 2018 - Baltimore International Black Film Festival
The Charles Theater - 1711 N. Charles Street, Baltimore Md, 21201
Screening with the film Power to Heal
Tickets - $10 at www.myevolutiontix.com
Wednesday August 8th, 2018 - Newark Black Film Festival & Paul Robeson Award
The Documentary has won the Paul Robeson Award from the 44th annual film festival !! Join us for a cocktail reception at the Newark Museum. RSVP - 973.596.6544
Award Ceremony and Reception
4:30 P.M. - Newark Museum
49 Washington Street, Newark New Jersey
Newark Black Film Festival - Paul Robeson Award Winners Screening
Wednesday August 8th, 2018
Films begin at 7:30. The Sara Spencer Washington Story starts at 9 PM.
CityPlex 12 Newark
360 Springfield Ave. Newark, New Jersey
Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - Garden State Film Festival
Asbury Park Senior Center
1201 Springwood Ave.
Asbury Park, New Jersey
SHORT DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM - (SC 34 Screening Block)
Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - New Filmmakers New York
Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Ave. @ 2nd Street
New York, New York
FIRST DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM -
Mingi Kim MOM (2017, 9 minutes, digital)
Sinhae Kim is about to give birth to her first child, Jeremy. She is fearful of this first delivery. Meanwhile, her mother, Doosun Kim, comforts her and demonstrates the meaning of “motherhood.” Jeremy is about to see the world for the first time as his grandmother and mother find meaning together in his birth.
Joey Chu $30 TO ANTARCTICA (2017, 19 minutes, digital)
$30 To Antarctica follows the story of Ka Foon Chau, who grew up an impoverished child, and retired a renowned doctor.
Royston Scott THE SARA SPENCER WASHINGTON STORY (2017, 29 minutes, digital)
Recall the life of a young black woman who became a phenomenal success selling her line of hair products door to door in 1920's Atlantic City, New Jersey. A business that lasted through The Great Depression. A business that became a million dollar empire. She called her business Apex and they called her Sara Spencer Washington.
$7 good for all of the evenings films!
Friday, January 26, 2018 - Storyville Documentary Series
7pm - 8pm
Scribe Video Center
4035 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 222-4201 www.scribe.org
$5 suggested donation
Saturday, February 11, 2017 - New Jersey Film Festival
7pm - 9pm
Rutgers University, Voorhees Hall, Room 105
$12 at the door
71 Hamilton St., New Brunswick, NJ
Sunday, Feb. 26 - The Hollywood Black Film Festival
AMC Theater Marketplace 6
13450 Maxella Ave. #240
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
Saturday, April 29 - The San Diego Black Film Festival
AMC Fashion Valley 18
7037 Friars Road
San Diego, CA 92108
HISTORICAL SHORTS PROGRAM - $ 10
Friday, May 5th - Harlem International Film Festival
MIST HARLEM @ 9:50 PM Screening Room A
46 West 116th Street
New York, New York
(screening with Gentrification - Ethnic Cleansing American Style)
Tickets $ 13 general admission - $ 11 students/seniors
Saturday, May 13th - Black International Cinema Berlin film festival
Haus Demokratie und Menschenrechte
Greifswalder Str. 4
Free Admission !
Saturday, June 16th - San Francisco Black Film Festival
African American Art and Culture Complex
762 Fulton St.
San Francisco, Ca