|This weekend, in partnership with The Triplex Cinema and the Berkshire International Film Festival, Clinton Church Restoration is offering a mini documentary film festival.
Inspired by the movement for Black Lives, the event will feature free screenings of four documentaries that address African American resistance to racial injustice over a span of 150 years.
W.E.B. Du Bois: A Biography in Four Voices
I Am Not Your Negro (James Baldwin)
John Lewis: Good Trouble
Whose Streets? (Ferguson)
An outdoor program of speakers will kick off the event on October 3 at 12 noon.
Come hear Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste,Sabrina Allard, and Dennis Powell!
The films will be shown on Saturday and Sunday, with two showings for each film. In-theater screenings are free but donations are welcome. A paid streaming option will be available via the theater’s website for three of the four films for those unable to attend in person.
Dates and times are listed on the theater’s website and reservations will be required.
Visit https://clintonchurchrestoration.org/film-weekend/ for more about the weekend or go directly to http://www.thetriplex.com/ for schedule and tickets. #BLM #BlackHistoryIsAmericanHistory