Spirits of the Rebellion(RESERVATIONS FULL)
Spirits of Rebellion documents the lives and work of a small group of critically acclaimed, but as of yet relatively unknown group of black filmmakers and media artists known as the Los Angeles Rebellion, the first sustained movement in the United States by a collective of minority filmmakers that aimed to re-imagine the production process so as to represent, reflect on, and enrich the day to day lives of people in their own communities.
Directed by Zeinabu Davis.
Saturday Mar. 25. 2:30 pm – National Museum of African American History & Culture
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Please Note: Seating is limited. Ticket does not guarantee entry. Line begins at 6pm. Doors open 6:30.