Our September 14th “screening” will be the most unique of our series. From the mind of creative visionary and Memphian, Bertram Williams as our expert curator, we will host a night celebrating Memphis musicians, screening various music videos from local artists and include live performances from some of the artists.
Click Here for FREE Pass For over half a century, organized baseball denied African Americans a chance to earn a living playing the game. In response, The Negro Leagues were created. These Negro League teams were very important community institutions, and nowhere were this more true than in the segregated South and in the […]
Higher Learning – John Singleton (Boyz N the Hood) has re-created the classrooms, frat parties, financial aid offices, rec. rooms, dorm rooms, track, field, and cafeterias of the modern college campus to tell three separate stories about three different people that are at once commonly experienced and uniquely their own. Click for Passes
In the spring of 1980, a teenager is gunned down in the streets of Flatbush, Brooklyn. The police pressure a child witness to identify a suspect. As a result, Colin Warner, an 18-year-old kid from nearby Crown Heights, is wrongfully convicted of murder and sentences to life in prison. Colin’s childhood friend Carl “KC” King […]
After the shooting death of a school teacher’s daughter makes her the 100th victim in Memphis, he must decide how he and his community will deal with the violence that surrounds them and discovers that the greatest change that one can make towards peace is by changing the heart. Screening Guests – Phil Darius Wallace, […]