Class Inequality

Saturday, August 27, 2016 9:30 pm

Austin Convention Center
500 East Cesar Chavez st.
Austin, TX
Raising Bertie will be screening at The Capital City Black Film Festival in Austin, TX on Saturday August 27th. The film will be show in the 9:30-12:30 time block. CCBFF 2016 will be held at the Austin Convention Center located at 500 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701. For more information visit CCBFF's website at http://www.capcitybff.com/.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 12:00 pm

Malcolm X College
1900 W Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL

Malcolm X College screens The Interrupters and a panel discussion on the film will be held afterwards. Ameena Mathews, one of the Interrupters working with Ceasefire, will attend.

The Interrupters presents unforgettable profiles in courage, as three former street
criminals in Chicago place themselves in the line of fire to protect their communities.

The two-hour film follows the lives of these “Violence Interrupters,” who include the
charismatic daughter of one of the city’s most notorious former gang leaders, the son
of a murdered father, and a man haunted by a killing he committed as a teenager. As
they intervene in disputes to prevent violence, they reveal their own inspired journeys
of struggle and redemption.

Light refreshments will be provided. Admission is free.
Any questions or concerns, please contact: mhalstead@ccc.edu

Thursday, December 10, 2015 3:45 pm

Bloomsbury-Bertha Dochouse
The Brunswick
London, UK,
Curzon Bloomsbury's Bertha Dochouse will be screening Kartemquin's Hoop Dreams. The film will be introduced and discussed by director Asif Kapadia (SENNA, AMY). For more information about the screening and venue you can click here. The screening is part of a series called Filmmakers' Favorites, which will see leading documentary makers presenting films that inspired them at Dochouse, in partnership with Sight & Sound and Open City Docs.

Saturday, October 17, 2015 1:30 pm

Black Box Theatre, Room K-1001
1215 Houbolt Rd
Joliet, IL

Saturday, November 21, 2015 2:00 pm

Archer Heights library
5055 S Archer Ave
Chicago, IL
In the Game will screen at the Archer Heights Library as part of the One Book, One Chicago program. The screening will be followed by a discussion. Check here for a list of program screenings.

Saturday, November 14, 2015 2:00 pm

Vodak-East Side library
3710 E 106th St
Chicago, IL
In the Game will then tour several library branches across the city through to the spring of 2016 as part of the One Book One Chicago program, which for more than a decade has helped bring communities together around one central book and theme through diverse programming. From October through April 2016, One Book, One Chicago will explore a central theme – "Chicago: The City That Gives." This year's book is The Third Coast by Thomas Dyja. Initial screenings are confirmed for October and November 2015 in the McKinley Park, Brighton Park, Altgeld, Vodak East Side, Portage Cragin and Archer Heights branches. See a list of 2015 screenings.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 6:00 pm

Altgeld library
13281 S Corliss Ave
Chicago, IL
In the Game will then tour several library branches across the city through to the spring of 2016 as part of the One Book One Chicago program, which for more than a decade has helped bring communities together around one central book and theme through diverse programming. From October through April 2016, One Book, One Chicago will explore a central theme – "Chicago: The City That Gives." This year's book is The Third Coast by Thomas Dyja. Initial screenings are confirmed for October and November 2015 in the McKinley Park, Brighton Park, Altgeld, Vodak East Side, Portage Cragin and Archer Heights branches. See a list of 2015 screenings.

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