Peachtree International Film Festival


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Kicks off Date: September 26th – 28th

Open Legs With A Closed Mind
Documentary feature is scheduled for Showing: Friday, Sept. 26th at 4:00-5:45 The documentary focuses on the larger population of unwed mothers in the African-American culture. This film also explores interracial dating and why society chooses to be-little African-American women for exposure when all races are guilty of it. How is the Willie E Lynch letter written in 1712 relevant to today’s society?
Written and Directed by: Dorothy Lucey
Social Media: @JustCallMeLucey/@Dorothy Lucey

Take the Spotlight

Atlanta’s Peachtree Village Int’l Film Festival to Screen “Take the Spotlight” With Lynn Whitfield

Who: Writer and Director Nnaemeka Andrew Madueke

What: Filmmaker Finalist at 2014 Peachtree Village International Film Festivial, screening of Take The Spotlight staring Lynn Whitfield, Glenn Morshower, Chinedu “Aki Ikedieze, Daniel Foster, and Jose “J-Si Chavez

When: Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 7:45-9:50

Where: 444 Theatre
444 Highland Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30312
Ticket Price: $10 and can be purchased click here.

For more information, on “Take the Spotlight” please https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZlpJRf5W6o or http://www.takethespotlightfilm.com

Broken But Not Destroyed

Atlanta’s Peachtree Village Int’l Film Festival to Feature Script Reading of “Broken But Not Destroyed”

Who: Finalist Writer and Director Andrea Stroud

What: Reading of script and Q&A for screenplay “Broken But Not Destroyed” in the 2014 Peachtree Village International Film Festival.

When: Saturday, September 27th, 2014 Time: 6-7pm

Where: 444 Theatre
444 Highland Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30312
For more information, on “Broken But Not Destroyed” or Andrea Stroud please http://www.playwrightmsandrea.org Follow her@Andreastroud1

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