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Fall 2012: Media That Matters and Black Documentary Collective at Harlem Stage on Screen
Check out another exciting season of HARLEM STAGE ON SCREEN! For over 30 years, the interdisciplinary arts organization Harlem Stage has presented over 500 films in a variety of programs, reflecting the diversity of Harlem by creative independent filmmakers whose work deserves notice.
We are proud to partner with the Black Documentary Collective to curate short films for the following events:
A SHADOW FROM THE LYNCHING TREE (Directed by Carvin Eison), preceded by I AM SEAN BELL
7:30pm, Tuesday, October 16
A Shadow from the Lynching Tree is an arresting film that revisits a bleak and violent chapter in American history during which record numbers of African-Americans were terrorized and lynched in the name of white racial supremacy.
SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME, preceded by BOOKS NOT BARS
7:30pm, Wednesday, November 14
A 90-minute film that challenges one of Americans‰Ûª most cherished assumptions: the belief that slavery in this country ended with the Emancipation Proclamation.
Harlem Stage Gatehouse
150 Convent Ave (at West 135th St)
New York, NY 10031
Published on September 13, 2012