We're inviting members of the church community and families to attend a screening of "Triggering Wounds," a teen produced film against youth violence, and "Little Brother: The Fire Next Time," a film series about young Black boys discussing love.
Saturday, October 12, 2013 * 1:05 pm
Tickets: $7 ($5 students/seniors w/ID)
Kumble Theater, LIU, Bklyn, (DeKalb & Flatbush Aves.)
www.reelsisters.org || For tickets call: 718-488-1624 or 212-865-2982
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Directors/Producers: Aisha Jai, Alejandro Rosario, Brittney Lopez, Hatuey Rodriguez, Jasmine Velez, Josué, Keionn Ausby, L'Eunice Faust, Langston Sanchez, Roxanne Mauras, Samantha Ramos, Tatiyana Jenkins and Vivian Morales.
Triggering Wounds highlights a citywide anti-gun violence initiative anchored by the first-ever gunshot victim trauma center in the community. Triggering Wounds tells the moving real-life story of a young man from Harlem coming to terms with the impact of gun violence on his life and his community.
LITTLE BROTHER: THE FIRE NEXT TIME
Producers/Directors: Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett
Little Brother: The Fire Next Time is Chapter 4 of the film series that features young Black boys and their thoughts on Love. This chapter was filmed in Muskogee, OK, where the Cherokee Nation and the descendants of the Freedmen have been in court concerning the Freedmen's Cherokee citizen rights. Our young African Cherokees present a candid discussion on love, tribe, family and race.