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Subscriptions must comprise an equal number tickets to each show. Prices subject to change after November 29.
New Voices in Black Cinema presents a diverse collection of new short films, including Shaka King’s Mulignans, a biting, Bed-Stuy-set satire of racism in gangster films; Neil Creque Williams’ David’s Reverie, the story of an up-and-coming jazz musician who struggles to keep an illness from stalling his career; Jonathan David Kane’s Papa Machete, a beautiful tribute to one of Haiti’s last remaining masters of machete fencing; and more.
Mulignans (dir. Shaka King)
David’s Reverie (dir. Neil Creque Williams)
Papa Machete (dir. Jonathan David Kane)
Tonsure (dir. Fred Bumaye)
Purgatory (dir. Martine Jean)
Little Man (dir. Princeton Holt)
Spit (dir. Mtume Gant)
My American Fund (dir. Ayana Saunders)