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Wednesday, August 18 • 5:00pm - 6:30pm
African American Directed Shorts

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African American Directed Shorts

Run Time: 90 minutes

Screening Times:
Saturday, Aug 14 at 4:55pm
Wednesday, Aug 18 at 5:00pm
Sunday, Aug 22 at 2:15pm

A Machine For Boredom
Directed by: Marc Cartwright
Synopsis: Isolation drives a man to rethink his position within a capitalistic society.

Directed by: Lonnie Edwards
Synopsis: A unique retrospect dissecting the struggle of being black in America. Narrated by James Baldwin.
Mickey Hardaway
Directed by: Marcellus Cox
Synopsis: A Young Sketch Artist visits a well renowned psychiatrist as his life begins sprawling out of control.

Lavender Boy

Directed by: Donavan Edwards
Synopsis: A government official faces a tough decision after two FBI agents question him about his sexuality.

Directed by: Tom White
Synopsis:  Two broken souls find one another on the road to recovery that reveals they share an even deeper connection.

Directed by: Shawn Pipkin-West
Synopsis: A struggling single mother reignites her passion of becoming a musician when she takes a job as an ESL teacher.

Latasha Harlins: A Rose That Grew from Concrete
Directed by: Shannon Dion
Synopsis: Latasha Harlins, 15-year-old girl who struggles to find herself in a world where she must overcome unbearable heartbreaks.

Wednesday August 18, 2021 5:00pm - 6:30pm MST
Harkins Scottsdale 101 - Theatre 2 7000 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85054

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