The 3rd Seattle BPP Film Festival featuring Mama C

Wed Mar 04:
Thu Mar 05:

$5–15 sliding scale (in $5 increments)

No one turned away for lack of funds.

About

** Sponsored by the Seattle BPP Organizing Committee in support of the United African Alliance Community Center (UAACC). Proceeds benefit the UAACC. **


Mar. 4 at 7:30pm

Harlem to Kilimanjaro
(Melvin McCray & several other filmmakers, 30 min.)

Mama C: Urban Warrior in the African Bush
(Joanne Hershfield, 54 min.)
A documentary about Charlotte Hill O’Neal (Mama C)’s life as an artist-activist.

WAREJEAJI: Those Who Have Returned
(~20 min.)


Mar. 5 at 7:30pm

Legacy: Spirit of the Black Panthers
(Taishi Thomas, 30 min.)
This doc focuses on the community service legacy of the Black Panthers, still persisting in Africa at UAACC over 50 years after the Party’s founding.

A Panther in Africa
(Aaron Matthews, 70 min.)
Aaron Matthews’s award-winning documentary on the life and history of former Kansas City Black Panther leader and UAACC founder Pete O’Neal.


Mar. 2 at 7:30pm – Kick-off Event at Ark Lodge Cinemas

• Live performance by Charlotte Hill O’Neal (Mama C), performing selections from her new CD, followed by screenings of the following films:

WAREJEAJI: Those Who Have Returned
(~20 min.)

Mama C: Urban Warrior in the African Bush
(Joanne Hershfield, 54 min.)
A documentary about Mama C’s life as an artist-activist.

The festival kick-off takes place at Ark Lodge in Columbia City (4816 Rainier Ave. S.) – screenings at the Forum follow on March 4 & 5. Ticketing for the kick-off will not be managed by Northwest Film Forum.



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Seattle, WA 98122

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