Wednesday, August 14, 7:30PM
Roberto Minervini, 2018, 123 min., DCP
Summer 2017, a string of brutal police killings of young African American men has sent shockwaves throughout the country. A Black community in the American South tries to cope with the lingering effects of the past and navigate their place in a country that is not on their side. Meanwhile, the Black Panthers prepare a large-scale protest against police brutality. A blistering meditation on the state of race in America from the director of The Other Side.
Q&A with documentary subject Krystal Muhammad, New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense National Chairwoman
A 56th New York Film Festival selection.
A KimStim Release.