Monthly Archives: July 2017

Harlem Love

Tickets: $12 || SECTION E – SUN., Oct. 21, 2017 • 5:33 pm-6:14 pm BUY TICKETS Harlem Love is a period piece set in the 1920’s about a young couple whose relationship is instantly tested. They struggle to find the strength to stay together, ultimately deciding their fate at the altar. BIO Richard is an

Dare to Dream

$12 Cuba’s Latin American Medical School is the largest medical school in the world, training nearly 30,000 doctors since 1999. ELAM as it is known in Spanish, also trains doctors from the United States. Follow the amazing adventure of American doctors trained in Cuba as they return home to the US to serve communities struggling

Louisiana 1961

Tickets: $12 Louisiana 1961 (Invited)                                    Director: Bobby Huntley A rousing love story set against a backwoods honky tonk blues performance We follow a simple boy meets girl story with intense intercut passionate scenes.


Ticket: $12 QUEST Director: Jonathan Olshefski   Producer: Sabrina Schmidt Gordon Beginning at the dawn of the Obama presidency, QUEST chronicles the life of a North Philadelphia family for almost a decade. Epic in scope, QUEST is a tender portrait of a family whose journey is a vivid illumination of race and class in America, and

The Tale of Four

Ticket: $12          The Tale of Four            Directors Gabourey Sidibe  Producer- Lisa Cortes, Shannon Gibson, Kia Perry, Xavier Francis, Kate Bolger Inspired by Nina Simone’s song, “Four Women,” this narrative explores the inner lives of Aunt Sarah; bound and burdened by duty, Saffronia; who is searching for identity, Sweet Thing; who looks to reconcile sex with

Title VII

  Title VII screens at Filmmakers Awards Celebration on Oct. 17, 2017 at Maysles Doc. Center! Tickets: $15 || Oct. 17, 2017, 6:30 pm || Maysles Documentary Center, Harlem BUY TICKETS! Director: Nicole Franklin   Producers: Nicole Franklin, Lisa Durden, Samuel Barden, Emelyn Stuart, Carl Gilbert, Jr. Length: 72 min., Narrative She’s powerful, Black and female. But