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Again, I plan on being at all these screenings. Please email me at [address removed] if you'd like to meet up. --Mike D.
IHouse's LA REBELLION series continues Saturday with 3 screenings of rare features by African-American filmmakers who attended UCLA in the 1970s and 80s. At 3701 Chestnut Street in University City.
2pm • The newly restored Bless Their Little Hearts (1984), a collaboration between director Billy Woodberry and writer/cinematographer Charles Burnett that focuses on a black family in crisis.
5pm • Zeinabu irene Davis’ Compensation (1999), which depicts two Chicago love stories, one set at the dawn of the twentieth century and the other in contemporary times.
8pm • A new print of Larry Clark’s rare masterpiece, Passing Through (1977), about a jazz musician released from jail, searching for his mentor and grandfather. The only starring role of actor Nathaniel Taylor, who played Rollo on the classic series Sanford and Son.
None of these films are available on TV, home video or Netflix. Please come out and support.
Admission is $9.00 adults/$7.00 students and seniors. Visit http://ihousephilly.org/film for more info.