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The 2011 Mississippi River 9th Ward Film and Arts Festival October 6 – 9
In honor of Harold Battiste Jr Recipient of the 2011 Toni Cade Bambara Award. Festival sneak preview‏ with MISSISSIPPI DAMNED (by Tina Mabry), on Friday September 16. Filmmaker in attendance.

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The 2011 Mississippi River 9th Ward Film and Arts Festival
October 6 – 9


Galvez Solarium
Thurs October 6
6 pm
Toni Cade Bambara Award Gala honoring Harold Battiste, Jr.


McKenna Museum
Fri October 7 – 10 am
Draw Yourself! with special guest, Director Gilles Porte – children’s workshop

The Lower 9th Ward Village
Fri October 7
Charmaine Neville 7 pm
Shirley Adams: Portrait of a Mother (91 mins) 8 pm

The Prytania Sat October 8 10 am
Africa United (88 mins)

The African American Museum Sat. October 8
Murder on a Sunday Morning (111 mins) 1 pm

Roundtable: « Black Men and the Justice System in Film and on the Ground:
Where are We Today? » 3-5 pm.
Moderator: Journalist Jordan Flaherty. Speakers: Brenton Butler, subject of Murder on a Sunday Morning; Attorneys Ann Finnell and Patrick McGuinness, Jacksonville, Florida; Attorney Tracie Washington, Louisiana Justice Institute.

Fredy Omar con su banda 7 pm

Central do Brasil (105 mins) 8 pm

The African American Museum Sun. October 9
Roundtable: « Race, Power, New Orleans in Global Perspective » 4:30 pm.
Moderator: Attorney Ernest Jones.
Speakers: Rosanne Adderley, Tulane University; James Borders, Arts Consultant; Jacques Morial, Louisiana Justice Institute; Gary Clark, Dillard University

Reception and Performance by Caesar Brothers Funk Box 6:30 pm

Black Venus (164 mins) 7:30 pm



October 6, the Festival opens at the Galvez Restaurant & Atrium with a Gala honoring Harold Battiste, Jr, recipient of the second Toni Cade Bambara Award for Cultural Leadership. Come hear Jesse McBride Presents the Next Generation and a Battiste composition arranged by Dr. Jean Montes for Molto, a funky chamber orchestra!

October 7-9, we will screen films on youth, women, the violence they endure and often overcome: Draw Yourself! (France, 2010); Shirley Adams: Portrait of a Mother (South Africa, 2009); Africa United (UK, 2010); Murder on a Sunday Morning (France/U.S., 2001); Central Station (Brazil, 1999); Black Venus (France/Tunisia, 2010), with live music by Charmaine Neville, Fredy Omar con su banda, and the Caesar Brothers Funk Box preceding evening screenings.
And we will host two roundtables: « Black Men and the Justice System » and « Race and Power in New Orleans in Global Perspective. »

Gala Tickets are each or 5 for two. Tickets available online or by check.

Festival screenings are each. A Festival Pass for all screenings may be purchased for , online or by check.

Make checks payable to NOAFEST, 2670 George Nick Connor Dr., NOLA 70119.


Festival sneak preview‏
Friday September 16.
6:30 PM


VENUE (Festival sneak preview‏)
The New Orleans African-American Museum.
1418 Governor Nicholls
New Orleans 70116


Admission in free – seating is limited. Please confirm your participation
504-942-8542 or noafest@neworleansafrikanfilmfest.org

with MISSISSIPPI DAMNED (by Tina Mabry)
Filmmaker in attendance.

Entre 1986 et 1998, d’après une histoire vraie, trois pauvres fillettes noires dans le Mississippi rural récoltent les conséquences du cycle d’abus, de dépendance ainsi que de violence sexuelle et physique que traînent leurs familles depuis des générations.

Avec
Adam Clark, Malcolm Goodwin, Chasity Hammitte, Michael Hyatt, Malcolm David Kelley, Kylee Russell, Tonea Stewart, Jossie Harris Thacker, Tessa Thompson, Simbi Kali Williams, DB Woodside

Écrit et réalisé par Tina Mabry
Produit par Morgan Stiff & Lee Stiff

genre : drame
durée : 121′


SYNOPSIS
Taking place in 1986 and 1998 and based on a true story, three poor, Black kids in rural Mississippi reap the consequences of their family’s cycle of abuse, addiction, and violence. They independently struggle to escape their circumstances and must decide whether to confront what’s plagued their family for generations or succumb to the same crippling fate, forever damned in Mississippi.
Bitterly honest and profoundly subtle, writer/director Tina Mabry successfully captures growing up in a world where possibilities and opportunities seem to die in the face of the suffocating reality of physical and sexual abuse, obsession, and a myriad of destructive compulsions.

a Morgan’s Mark Film
Writer, Director: Tina Mabry

with Adam Clark, Malcolm Goodwin, Chasity Hammitte, Michael Hyatt, Malcolm David Kelley, Kylee Russell, Tonea Stewart, Jossie Harris Thacker, Tessa Thompson, Simbi Kali Williams, DB Woodside

Written and directed by Tina Mabry
Produced by Morgan Stiff & Lee Stiff

www.mississippidamned.com)

Genre: Drama
Duration: 121 Mins


English

The 2011 Mississippi River 9th Ward Film and Arts Festival
October 6 – 9


Galvez Solarium
Thurs October 6
6 pm
Toni Cade Bambara Award Gala honoring Harold Battiste, Jr.


McKenna Museum
Fri October 7 – 10 am
Draw Yourself! with special guest, Director Gilles Porte – children’s workshop

The Lower 9th Ward Village
Fri October 7
Charmaine Neville 7 pm
Shirley Adams: Portrait of a Mother (91 mins) 8 pm

The Prytania Sat October 8 10 am
Africa United (88 mins)

The African American Museum Sat. October 8
Murder on a Sunday Morning (111 mins) 1 pm

Roundtable: « Black Men and the Justice System in Film and on the Ground:
Where are We Today? » 3-5 pm.
Moderator: Journalist Jordan Flaherty. Speakers: Brenton Butler, subject of Murder on a Sunday Morning; Attorneys Ann Finnell and Patrick McGuinness, Jacksonville, Florida; Attorney Tracie Washington, Louisiana Justice Institute.

Fredy Omar con su banda 7 pm

Central do Brasil (105 mins) 8 pm

The African American Museum Sun. October 9
Roundtable: « Race, Power, New Orleans in Global Perspective » 4:30 pm.
Moderator: Attorney Ernest Jones.
Speakers: Rosanne Adderley, Tulane University; James Borders, Arts Consultant; Jacques Morial, Louisiana Justice Institute; Gary Clark, Dillard University

Reception and Performance by Caesar Brothers Funk Box 6:30 pm

Black Venus (164 mins) 7:30 pm



October 6, the Festival opens at the Galvez Restaurant & Atrium with a Gala honoring Harold Battiste, Jr, recipient of the second Toni Cade Bambara Award for Cultural Leadership. Come hear Jesse McBride Presents the Next Generation and a Battiste composition arranged by Dr. Jean Montes for Molto, a funky chamber orchestra!

October 7-9, we will screen films on youth, women, the violence they endure and often overcome: Draw Yourself! (France, 2010); Shirley Adams: Portrait of a Mother (South Africa, 2009); Africa United (UK, 2010); Murder on a Sunday Morning (France/U.S., 2001); Central Station (Brazil, 1999); Black Venus (France/Tunisia, 2010), with live music by Charmaine Neville, Fredy Omar con su banda, and the Caesar Brothers Funk Box preceding evening screenings.
And we will host two roundtables: « Black Men and the Justice System » and « Race and Power in New Orleans in Global Perspective. »

Gala Tickets are each or 5 for two. Tickets available online or by check.

Festival screenings are each. A Festival Pass for all screenings may be purchased for , online or by check.

Make checks payable to NOAFEST, 2670 George Nick Connor Dr., NOLA 70119.


Festival sneak preview‏
Friday September 16.
6:30 PM


VENUE (Festival sneak preview‏)
The New Orleans African-American Museum.
1418 Governor Nicholls
New Orleans 70116


Admission in free – seating is limited. Please confirm your participation
504-942-8542 or noafest@neworleansafrikanfilmfest.org

with MISSISSIPPI DAMNED (by Tina Mabry)
Filmmaker in attendance.

Entre 1986 et 1998, d’après une histoire vraie, trois pauvres fillettes noires dans le Mississippi rural récoltent les conséquences du cycle d’abus, de dépendance ainsi que de violence sexuelle et physique que traînent leurs familles depuis des générations.

Avec
Adam Clark, Malcolm Goodwin, Chasity Hammitte, Michael Hyatt, Malcolm David Kelley, Kylee Russell, Tonea Stewart, Jossie Harris Thacker, Tessa Thompson, Simbi Kali Williams, DB Woodside

Écrit et réalisé par Tina Mabry
Produit par Morgan Stiff & Lee Stiff

genre : drame
durée : 121′


SYNOPSIS
Taking place in 1986 and 1998 and based on a true story, three poor, Black kids in rural Mississippi reap the consequences of their family’s cycle of abuse, addiction, and violence. They independently struggle to escape their circumstances and must decide whether to confront what’s plagued their family for generations or succumb to the same crippling fate, forever damned in Mississippi.
Bitterly honest and profoundly subtle, writer/director Tina Mabry successfully captures growing up in a world where possibilities and opportunities seem to die in the face of the suffocating reality of physical and sexual abuse, obsession, and a myriad of destructive compulsions.

a Morgan’s Mark Film
Writer, Director: Tina Mabry

with Adam Clark, Malcolm Goodwin, Chasity Hammitte, Michael Hyatt, Malcolm David Kelley, Kylee Russell, Tonea Stewart, Jossie Harris Thacker, Tessa Thompson, Simbi Kali Williams, DB Woodside

Written and directed by Tina Mabry
Produced by Morgan Stiff & Lee Stiff

www.mississippidamned.com)

Genre: Drama
Duration: 121 Mins