The Soul 4 Reel Film Festival

The Soul 4 Reel Film Festival is a festival that showcases films around the theme of "Relationships."

This weekend, March 15-16, the Festival will open its 4th season to over 25 films from around the world ranging from student to professional filmmakers!

There are two films in particular by black filmmakers that have gotten rave reviews (1) "Sleep" by Donald Conely and (2) "Better Than Being Dead" by Aaron Faulkner.

Location:
The Soul Factory Theatre
7702 Marlboro Pike
Forestville, MD 20747

Weekend passes are $20 and advance tickets for each screening are only $7.00 ($10.00 day of). In addition, kids 12 and under get in FREE to our Family Films screening.

Please visit www.thesoulfactory.com or www.rockabyeent.com for more information and film schedules.

Twitter: @soul4reel
Facebook: Soul4Reel Film Festival
http://soul4reelfilmfest.blogspot.com/

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  • Dunori V. P.

    Looks like yall had more fun than I did at Market Imaginary. Definitely will be there next time.

    March 18, 2013

  • Rocky

    Had a GREAT TIME for opening night. Thanks to all who came out! And thanks for the love on "Krispy Kreme" Hope you all can make it out for the 2pm show or the 5pm show. Tweet us @soul4reel and tell us what you thought of the night

    March 15, 2013

  • Alqamar M.

    I'll be going tonight...alone :-(....Anyone else have plans to go this evening? Maybe we can hook up and sit together??? Anyone....anyone???

    March 15, 2013

    • Lucretia

      My cell is[masked] if you want to meet up.

      1 · March 15, 2013

    • Alqamar M.

      Yaaay!! I feel better already :-). Ok im here now. Call me when you get here and I'll save you a seat. [masked]

      March 15, 2013

  • Lucretia

    I'm running late, does the movie start at 7:30? Or later?

    March 15, 2013

  • mic

    Would love to but I'm in D.C. with no car

    1 · March 15, 2013

  • Rocky

    This will be the festival's 4th year. I created the festival to open the community (specifically the Black community) in the area to independent film and to bring some type of culture. So many of the people around here know nothing about independent film and think "the movies" are nothing but what's offered to them through Hollywood. It's been a slow process but many of the people have become open to the concept. Please come out and support

    3 · March 12, 2013

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