CAS Film Series
benefiting the Center for Afrofuturist Studies 2017 Residency Program
April 23rd, May 28th, June 25th, & July 23 @ 8p
The Center for Afrofuturist Studies presents a series of film screenings curated by CAS co-founder Anaïs Duplan with poet Ben Krusling.
Tickets include a complimentary beverage and popcorn.
A series pass includes a ticket to each screening plus a CAS tote bag.
All proceeds benefit the 2017 CAS residencies and public programs. For more information, visit publicspaceone.com/cas
Sunday April 23, 8pm
Sidewalk Stories, a 1989 remake of Charlie Chaplin's The Kid by Charles Lane. The silent film is a subtle and humorous meditation on race, class, and fatherhood, shot in black-and-white.
98 min. [trailer]
presented with support from Carlotta Films
Sunday, May 28, 8pm
A Litany For Survival: the life and work of Audre Lorde, directed by Ada Gay Griffin and Michelle Parkerson
90 min. [trailer]
presented with support from Third World Newsreel
Sunday, June 25, 8pm
My Brother's Wedding, a tragic comedy that takes place in South Central LA. Made in 1983 by Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep) but not released until 2007.
presented with support from Milestone Film & Video
Sunday, July 23, 8pm
A Program of Short Films