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Detroit 48202 at InLight Film Festival

April 26, 2022

Detroit 48202 is a powerfully crafted and visually compelling homage to black life, resilience, and the project of world-making from the optic and lived experience of a laboring Detroit mailman,” said Professor Michael T. Martin, former Director of The Black Film Center and Archive, after seeing Detroit 48202 at the InLight Film Festival at Indiana University in April 2022.

Making The Impossible Possible in NYWIFT/iWoman Shorts Festival

March 10, 2022

March 1 - 31, 2022

 

Help us win the Audience Choice Award. Watch at: https://bit.ly/3IZyDRb.

 

DETROIT 48202 TEACHER'S GUIDE AVAILABLE

January 24, 2022

We received tremendous reviews after the encore broadcast of DETROIT 48202 on PBS/World Channel's America Reframed Series on Jan. 11. One viewer tweeted: “Best movie about Detroit I ever saw.” Another said:  wrote: “…my heart is full, my spirit is moved, I’m feeling pangs of righteous anger.” The person continued: “I’ve downloaded the incredible, thorough Teachers’ Guide.

Encore PBS Broadcast Jan. 11, 2022

January 6, 2022

UPCOMING SCREENINGS

September 7, 2021

Cuban Roots/Bronx Stories at The People's Forum, July 23, 2021

July 2, 2021
Join us at The People's Forum Freedom Summer Fim Series for this special screening.
Co-sponsored by Third World Newsreel.

https://peoplesforum.org/event/freedom-summer-film-series-qa-cuban-roots-bronx-stories/

UPCOMING SCREENINGS

May 19, 2021

MAY DAY Virtual Screening/Panel - May 2, 2021

April 11, 2021

Watch the recording of our May Day Celebration of Detroit's Black Radical Tradition.

MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE - MARCH SCREENINGS

March 8, 2021

March 17 -31, 2021

BIG MUDDY FILM FESTIVAL - https://bigmuddyfilm.eventive.org/films

March 19, 2021

Hostos Community College - bit.do/BXimpossiblepossible

March 25, 2021

DETROIT 48202 Shortlisted for Award From Black Journalists

January 26, 2021

DETROIT 48202 was recently shortlisted by the National Association of Black Journalists for a Salute to Excellence Award in the TV Network Documentary Category. NABJ recognizes journalism that “best covered the black experience or addressed issues affecting the worldwide black community.” Although Detroit 48202 did not win this prestigious award, it is an honor to have been one of 4 finalists.

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