Members of the filmmaking team scheduled to attend November 5; director Caullen Hudson scheduled to attend November 12.
Novembre 5 & 12 | As the city of Chicago devised a plan to invest $95 million into a state-of-the-art "Cop Academy," youth took to the streets in protest of the burgeoning police state. This urgent call to action captures the heartbeat of Chicago's grassroots political prowess, led by a chorus of the city’s revolutionary youth and their communities. Presented with open captions. Members of the filmmaking team scheduled to attend November 5; director Caullen Hudson scheduled to attend November 12.
Black Harvest Film Festival: Chicago’s annual showcase for films that celebrate, explore and share the Black, African American and African Diaspora experience. The Festival curates both short and feature length films, proudly presenting influential auteurs and emerging filmmakers of color side by side. View full festival lineup.
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