Seniors’ Free Talk: I Heard It Through the Grapevine
+ intro and Q&A
A highly personal essay film written by author and social commentator James Baldwin.
Dirs Dick Fontaine, Pat Hartley
Produced by Dick Fontaine and Pat Hartley, this highly personal essay film written by author and social commentator James Baldwin is about exactly who and what survived the Civil Rights Movement. It features not just Baldwin himself but his brother David, Chinua Achebe, Amiri Baraka and many other notable friends Baldwin made on that long, long road through the 1960s. It precedes a matinee of If Beale Street Could Talk.
Free for over-60s (booking by phone or in person only), otherwise normal matinee price.