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SUNDAY - ALL DAY PASS | GIBFF Sunday, October 20, 2013 Screening Pass
Bergland Auditorium, Indiana University Northwest
Gary, IN
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SUNDAY - ALL DAY PASS | GIBFF Sunday, October 20, 2013 Screening Pass
The Sunday All Day Pass allows entry into all films and events on Sunday, October 20, 2013 - MOTHER OF GEORGE | THE MAGIC CITY | THINGS NEVER SAID

See 3 films for the price of 4!

MOTHER OF GEORGE  Dir. Andrew Dosunmu | USA 2013

Having emigrated from Nigeria to marry the restaurateur Ayodele (Isaach De Bankolé), Adenike (Danai Gurira) finds her Brooklyn neighborhood still steeped in the colors and traditions of their homeland. At the couple's wedding, Adenike's imperious motherin-law (Bulky Ajayi) confers the conventional Yoruba blessings, including the right of naming their future son George. But as the months pass and Adenike fails to get pregnant, the pressures of familyand a culture that places all responsibility for conception upon the wifeincrease, and only her more worldly friend Sade (Yaya Alafia) stands by her side and bears all her secrets.

THE MAGIC CITY Dir. R Malcolm Jones | 2014 | Director in Attendance

The Magic City, by Director R. Malcolm Jones, is a motion picture based on hope and resilience played out in a coming of age story laced with sometimes insurmountable tragedies and exhilarating adventures. Characters Tiana, Nia and Amiya initially adversaries, forge a lifelong friendship through hope and adversity in one of Miami's gritty and unforgiving neighborhoods, Liberty City.

THINGS NEVER SAID Dir. Charles Murray | 2013 | Director in Attendance

Join us as we close out year three with an intimate discussion with Gary's own, Charles Murray
KALINDRA STEPNEY (Kal) is an emerging spoken-word poetess, someone who willingly speaks her thoughts, but she's an artist who has yet to find her voice. A native of California, Kal has dreams of taking her poems to New York and the infamous Nuyorican stage. Haunted by a miscarriage and saddled with RONNIE, a husband who's angry and without direction - he uses his fists as a form of speech, Kal tries desperately to find an outlet for her struggling voice.


Bergland Auditorium, Indiana University Northwest (View)
3400 Broadway
Gary, IN 46404
United States


Film > Festivals

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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