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Film Screening: Night Catches Us - May 26

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • May 24, 2011
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Film Screening: Night Catches Us

Thursday, May 26

6:30 - 9 p.m.

Art Sanctuary

628 S. 16th Street

Catch a special screening of the film, “Night Catches Us,” starring Anthony Mackie, Kerry Washington and Tariq Trotter (Black Thought of The Roots). And, don’t miss a convo at the screening with the writer and director of the film, Tanya Elaine Hamilton, as well as professors and pop culture commentators Salamishah Tillet and John King.

This event is a part of  Art Sanctuary's Celebration of Black Writing Festival, which is taking place from May 23 to June 4. 

Insider fact: The Roots composed the music score for this film.


Video

We caught up with Kerry Washington while she was in town promoting the movie.

Check out the interview below with Kerry to hear about her experience filming in Philadelphia.

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