Thursday, Nov 6, 2014 @ 7pm
After more than a decade, As an Act of Protest will finally get its Chicago ‘premiere’ in November, 2014 courtesy of Floyd Webb and Black World Cinema. A cinematic “line in the sand against racism,” it is provocative, disturbing, and emotionally arresting at times – this is a movie unlike any other made in the 21st century as it signified a new type of “protest art” within the dramatic arts, linking the political consciousness of 1960’s-1970’s radical theater with the cinematic urgency and simplicity of the “Dogme 95” Digital Video revolution in world cinema. Hopefully we can get some folks in the windy city to brave the weather and get a chance to see Dennis Leroy Kangalee’s “missile from his youth”!
Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 7pm, Adm. $6.00
Studio Movie Grill Chatham Theater
210 W 87th Street
Contact: Black World Cinema, 9 W Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602
Curated by: Floyd Webb, firstname.lastname@example.org