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Milledgeville, GA 31061

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All of our Movie screenings have gone to online screenings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is the schedule and links for each film. Each movie will be shown at 7:30 PM on the dates stated below.

 

 

April 6

Life Without Basketball
Filmmakers: Jon Mercer/Tim O’Donnell
Moderator: Andrew Reed, University of Pikeville, Associate Professor of Film & Media Arts

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Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir broke records and barriers on her way to become the first Division I athlete to play basketball while wearing hijab. When a controversial ruling ends her chances at playing professionally, she re-examines her faith and identity as a Muslim American.
 

April 13

You Gave Me A Song: The Life and Music of Alice Gerrard
Filmmakers Kenny Dalsheimer & Ashley Melzer; special guest Alice Gerrard (very excited about this!)
Moderator: TBA

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At 84, old time music pioneer Alice Gerrard performs, teaches, and inspires the next generation while safeguarding groundbreaking moments of her past.
 

April 20

Little Miss Westie
Filmmaker: Joy E. Reed
Moderator: TBA

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Little Miss Westie chronicles a year in the life of two transgender siblings as they navigate puberty, a local beauty pageant, and transitioning in the Trump era.
 

April 27

Who Will Write Our History:
Filmmaker: Roberta Grossman
Moderator: TBA

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Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. With 30,000 pages of writing, photographs, posters, and more, the Oyneg Shabes Archive is the most important cache of in-the-moment, eyewitness accounts from the Holocaust. It documents not only how the Jews of the ghetto died, but how they lived. The film is based on the book of the same name by historian Samuel Kassow.