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A Girl Can Dream / Some Girls / My Black is Beautiful-12th Annual Harlem International Film Festival
MIST HARLEM
NEW YORK, NY
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A Girl Can Dream / Some Girls / My Black is Beautiful-12th Annual Harlem International Film Festival
A Girl Can Dream
DIRECTED BY: Marquis Martin
WORLD PREMIERE
35m  Documentary
U S A

Bre Scullark is a professional Model (Americas Next Top Model, Cycle 5), a Certified Trauma Yoga Instructor for Jails and institutions, a Documentarian and the founder of Urban Peace Squad; Urban Peace Squad is a donation Based Peace Workshop providing live Music, Yoga, Meditation and open Discussion in under served communities. Bre takes us on her journey in finding peace through yoga.

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**Harlem Spotlight selection
**Q&A with filmmakers will follow screening


SOME GIRLS explores issues of identity within the Latina-American community by focusing on a group of troubled teenage girls in a Bronx-based suicide prevention program who feel rejected by mainstream America, but are transformed through an exploration of their roots. In the course of the film, shot over a four-year period, they use ancestral DNA testing to discover their ancestry and, in doing so, begin to rethink what and how theyve been taught about history. Following the testing, the girls embark on an expedition to learn more about themselves based on the results.

Preceded by

MY BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL
Director: Brandon German
Music Video  4 min  
US

The video follows a young middle school-aged Black girl, who struggles with low self-esteem. She is insecure about her hair texture, her size and her complexion. The young girl, while undergoing Rites of Passage, is taught that 'self love is more precious than anything else.' As the story unfolds, she slowly begins to understand the importance of this concept. By the end of the video, after being empowered and uplifted by her peers, she has internalized the importance of 'Self-Love' and completely embraces her blackness.

*Q & A with filmmakers will follow screening

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Location

MIST HARLEM (View)
46 WEST 116TH ST
NEW YORK, NY 10026
United States


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Minimum Age: 18
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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Owner: Harlem International Film Festival
On BPT Since: Apr 18, 2017
 
Harlem International Film Festival
info@harlemfilmfestival.org
http://HarlemFilmFestival....
 


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