Movie Circle 

For movie goers who enjoy reviewing cinema with good company and great food, this is for you! Meeting monthly at various times to suit your schedule, come out and enjoy one of the many new (and old) movies with racial themes, then stick around afterward to talk with others about what you saw, sharing perspectives at a local eatery.  The perfect dinner and movie combo!

Co-Conveners: Barbara S. Brown and Julie Appleby

For movie times/dates, contact info@cttt-rva.com Want the latest information about Movie Circle events? Please make sure to click on the Movie Circle check box when you join our mailing list.

Previously Seen Movies
Click here to see a list of movies our circle has seen. We hope you can join us for our next movie gathereing. 

Upcoming Movie Discussion

This month's movie selection is 1 Angry Black Man, scheduled for August 24 at 6:30. BK Fulton, Executive Producer, and Menelex Lumumba, Writer/Director will be a part of our movie discussion. Please send Barbara any questions that you would like to ask of them by Sunday, August 23, 2020.

This film is available on several cable services (Verizon Fios, Comcast/Xfinity, Spectrum, Dish, AT&T, Cox, DirectTV) as well as YouTube, Google Play, Fandango, and VUDU. Click here for links to these sources.  Run time: 1 hour 32 minutes.

As 1 ANGRY BLACK MAN opens, viewers meet Mike Anderson (Keith Stone), a graduating senior at an idyllic Maine liberal arts college who's been arrested for a crime he didn't commit. After his release, he joins his classmates and his professor, Carla (Daphne Danielle), for an African American literature class. There, during a discussion on writers like James Baldwin, August Wilson, and Zora Neale Hurston, Mike and his fellow students engage in a passionate, hour-plus-long conversation that touches on pain points both modern and venerable: how trauma lingers in your life, the politics of oppression, and how the humanity and honesty in the literature they're reading relates to their own joy and pain.

1 Angry Black Man is co-produced by Soulidifly Productions and Align Pictures.  Soulidifly Productions is a Richmond-based media company founded by retired Verizon Communications executive and film producer BK Fulton in 2017.

 CLICK HERE to RSVP with Barbara the Circle Leader. 

 

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