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Film

Shorts Program: Bound Realities

 
 
Sun, Mar 30, 2014
  • 2PM
 
 
LOCATION:
 
RUN TIME: 93min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $13
MEMBERS: $8 (Movie Moguls free)
STUDENTS/SENIORS:  $10 (29 and under with a valid ID, Mon—Thu)
+  Q&A with filmmakers
 
 
 
 
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Fiction and truth are often closer than people want, or care, to admit. In this selection of films that skirt the line of reality, the ties that connect us all become evident. Selections include Kevin Walker’s Ying and Yang, in which a young man’s attraction to both his girlfriend and his best guy friend is told through spoken word; Stefani Saintonge’s Seventh Grade, which shows a young girl’s transition from playing with dolls to bawdy adolescence; and actor-director Gbenga Akinnagbe’s Stop+Frisk, a film about the NYPD’s systemic policy toward black and Latino men.

The full lineup is as follows:

Cakes Da Killa: No Homo (dir. Ja'Tovia Gary)
Deluge
 
(dir. Nijla Mumin)
Open City Mixtape: Kids (dir. A.V. Rockwell)
Ying and Yang (dir. Kevin Walker)
Touch (dir. Shola Amoo)
Fleecing Led Zeppelin (dir. Gabriel A. Tolliver)
Seventh Grade
(dir. Stefani Saintonge)
Stop+Frisk (dir. Gbenga Akinnagbe)

Talks 
Q&A 
 

with filmmakers

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with the directors of these shorts moderated by ActNow Foundation curator and producer Gregory S. Jones.