Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film: Stolen Moments: Imagining the Black Subject @ The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, Chapel Hill [15 October]

Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film: Stolen Moments: Imagining the Black Subject


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15
October
10:00 - 22:00

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The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History
150 South Rd, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Join us on Tuesday, October 11 through Saturday, October 15 for the Stone Center’s annual Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent film. This year’s theme is Stolen Moments…Imagining the Black Subject, with films from across the diaspora including the US, Niger, Haiti, Jamaica, Brazil, Trinidad &Tobago, France, Angola, and Cuba. All screenings are FREE and OPEN to the public and will take place at the Stone Center. Film descriptions and screening schedules are listed below. For more detail on screening times, please visit the Stone Center website: stonecenter.unc.edu or call 919-962-9001.

Saturday, October 15 (10am-10pm): Repeat Run of Tuesday-Friday screenings: Across The Tracks, Lost Boy, Little Man, About That, In a Perfect World, The Youth, Nan Lakou Karnival, Vole Vole Tristesee (Fly, Fly Sadness), Invisible Heroes- African Americans in the Spanish Civil War,Dirt, 1440 and Counting, Cuckhold, The Send-off, Macarrao, Dirt and Deeds in Mississippi, El Camino, Jungle, Born with It, Maman(s), By Blood, Agents of Change, Akounak Tedalat Ta Tazoughai (Rain the Color of Blue with a Little Red), Pugatorio, David’s Reverie, Of Slaves and Saints (Escravos E Santos), PAN! Our Music Odyssey, Dialogue with my Grandmother (Dialogo con mi Abuela), Black Code (Code Noir), Independencia
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