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10: A Black Panther Party Film Festival! (Series Pass)
Maysles Cinema
New York, NY
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10: A Black Panther Party Film Festival! (Series Pass)
Wednesday, December 8th - Monday, December 13th

Black Panther 10 Point Program point #10:
"WE WANT land, bread, housing, education, clothing, justice and peace."

A showcase of films combining archival footage of the Black Panthers from the 60's with modern documentaries that concern the legacy of the Black Panthers and current issues such as the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal. Organized under different themes like Political Prisoners, Free Your Mind and Pass the Torch these documentary films and speakers bring into focus various aspects of Black Panther history, legacy and the continuing fight against repression.

For full descriptions and more, visit our website at www.mayslesinstitute.org This $50 pass gets you into all Black Panther Festival screenings and discussions. $10 tickets for individual screenings and double features also available.

Schedule:

Wednesday,  Dec. 8
***The Cultural Revolution***
>> 7:00 pm
"Black August"
(Dir. Dream Hampton, 2010, 77 min.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with dir. Dream Hampton and MXGM's Lumumba and Monifa Bandele

Thursday, Dec. 9
***To Live and Die for the Struggle***
>>7:00 pm
"Fred Hampton"
(Dir. Videofreex & Video Data Bank, 1969, 30 mins.)
>>8:15 pm
"Black Revolutionary - George Jackson"
(91 min.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with May Jackson & Thomas "Blood" McCeary (BPP New York State Chapter)

Friday,
Dec. 10
***Unite to Fight***
>> 7:00 pm
"Eldridge Cleaver - Black Panther"
(Dir. William Klein, 1970, 75 min.)
>> 8:15 pm
"Aoki"
(Dir. Ben Wang and Mike Cheng, 2009, 94 mins.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with "The Artist" Emory Douglas (Minister of Culture BPP). Followed by reception with music

Saturday, Dec. 11
***Free Your Mind***
>>4:00 pm
"Cointelpro 101"
(Dir. Andres Alegria, Prentis Hemphill, Anita Johnson, 2010, 90 min.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with Ward Churchill
>>7:00 pm
"In the Land of the Free"
(Dir. Vadim Jean, 2010, 84 min.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Party and book signing with King Wilkerson

Sunday, Dec. 12
***Political Prisoners***
>>2:00 pm
"Justice on Trial: The Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal"
(Dir. Kouross Esmaeli, 2009, 65 min.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with Justice on Trial producer Johanna Fernandez and Pam Africa
>>5:00 pm
"In the Land of the Free"
(Dir. Vadim Jean, 2010, 84 min.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with: King Wilkerson (Freed Angola 3) & dir. Vadim Jean

Monday, Dec. 13
***Pass the Torch***
>>7:00 pm
"New Haven Oral History"
(43 mins.)
AFTER THE SCREENING: Q&A with Rosemari Mealy of the New Haven Chapter and others TBA.
>>8:30 pm
"In Prison My Whole Life"
(Marc Evans, 2007, 90 min.)

Discussion

Location

Maysles Cinema
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
United States


Categories

Film

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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