QCC Short Film Collection: Black History Month

February 15, 2019

February 15, 2019

19:00 To 22:00

Thirsty Nomad Brewing, 4402 Stuart Andrew Boulevard #A, Charlotte, NC 28217, Charlotte, NC, US, 28217

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Watch out for QCC shows this year! We will be at Thirsty Nomad Brewing to show short film collections every other month where there is craft beer on tap, pizza, and various nearby eateries are available for delivery.

Admission is $5. Admission + Beer + Snack is $10. Buy your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/qcc-short-film-collection-black-history-month-tickets-54973097013

In celebration of Black History Month in February, this lineup will show Shorts from African and African-American filmmakers.

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Title: Last Disintegrated School

Synopsis: Last Disintegrated School tells the story of the journey of Thurgood Marshall and the Hillburn striking families fight for equal education at Brook School, the last segregated school in New York State to be closed in 1943.

Director: Alicia M. Crowe

Film Location: New York

Run Time: 27:13


Title: To The Brown Girl In The Room

Synopsis: This film is about the experience of being a Black woman at a liberal arts college.

Director: Zoë Davidson

Film Location: Ohio

Run Time: 7:13


Title: The American South As We Know It

Synopsis: The American South As We Know It explores the lives and experiences of African-Americans during the Jim Crow era. This film depicts a time when racial tension was at its peak. The educators, historians and brave “everyday” people featured in this documentary, express their vested interest in creating a comprehensive narrative of what life was like for African- Americans in the south.

Director: Frederick Murphy

Film Location: Charlotte

Run Time: 55:43


Title: Battledream Chronicles: A New Beginning

Synopsis: Syanna, a young black Caribbean girl, wakes up with amnesia in an Afrofuturistic world where she has been enslaved by the global colonial empire of Mortemonde. Every day, she is forced to collect 500 experience points for her master in the Battledream, a dangerous video game in which players die in real life. With a kill switch implanted in her body and her limbs replaced by bionic parts controlled by the master, escape seems impossible. When she is offered a chance to learn in secret how to hack and control the technology used to enslave her, Syanna realizes that not everything is lost. But her master, driven by his lust for wealth and political power, is making the slave conditions harder and harder. And planning a rebellion while fulfilling her slave duty is getting more and more challenging. Will Syanna succeed in regaining her freedom?

Director: Alain Bidard

Film Location: Canada, France, Martinique

Run Time: 24:00

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