AFRICAN AMERICAN BLACK FILM EXPO - Feb 13, 15, 16


Sankofa African Heritage & The History Department of LCCC
1400 E. College Dr., Union Pacific Rooms, Cheyenne
 
Present the Sixth Annual Black Studies Forum
February 13, 15, & 16
 
5:30 p.m.-Wednesday, February 13
THE PIANO LESSON, An August Wilson play
…hits every note perfectly
To the family, it was more than a piano…it was their legacy and their future. To sell it is an opportunity to buy a farm and a chance of a better future.   
 
6:45 p.m.- Wednesday, February 13
One of the Top Five Documentaries of 2013
LET THE FIRE
BURN, A Film by Jason Osder
By order of local authorities, police dropped explosives onto a MOVE rowhouse, 11 deaths, including 5 children, and 61 homes destroyed.
 
5:30 p.m.—Friday, February 15
AMISTAD, A Steven Spielberg Film “Absolutely Unforgettable”
Cinque, a tribal leader in Sierra Leone, leads a mutiny and takes over the slaver, Amistad. The case, a watershed moment in U.S. and Cuba relations.
 
9:00 a.m.—Saturday, February 16
BLACK PANTHER: One of the Best Superhero Movies of the Century
A Marvel blockbuster that became the third-highest-grossing movie ever in the U.S. and brought in $1.35 billion Worldwide. A new dimension in black filmography!
 
Screenings are free, donations accepted with appreciation. For special group, ADA seating or further information, Contact: Jill Zarend 307-635.7094   

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