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February 16 @ 1:10 pm
A woman witnesses a murder of a young boy by a police officer and suffers from a prolonged mental breakdown that renders her incapable of leaving her apartment. Throughout generations, the Black community is often the keeper of the unacknowledged history and truth of racial violence. In this experimental visual meditation on the body, space, and mental health of those witnessing oppression, assault, trauma, and loss, the filmmaker explores how racism and oppression affect the individual and how the community of which that individual is part inadvertently covers up the wrongs to provide a pathway to live, survive and even thrive. But at what cost? How does it stop? Will it ever stop?
Audience Award – Indie Memphis
SENIOR CONNECTIONS is the most happening experience of the entire Pan African Film & Arts Festival! Packed with retired and active seniors (ages 62+), this program offers FREE afternoon screenings of select Festival films, and a chance to socialize, meet other seniors and get valuable information on programs and opportunities that make the golden years even more awesome!
To attend this FREE Senior Connections screening, please visit the PAFF Box Office at the Cinemark Baldwin Hills & XD for in-person tickets.
Space available on a first come, first served basis.