A Story of Faith and Resolve: Boston’s Black Nativity
Directed by Karen McKeen (USA, 2020, 11 min.) Digital.
Community. Creativity. Legacy. A Story of Faith and Resolve explores the rich artistic and cultural history of the majestic Black Nativity production and the story of one woman’s determination to bring arts education and a center for the expression of African American culture to Boston during one of our nation’s most tumultuous times.
Together—6 Feet Apart
Directed by Jay Paris (USA, 2020, 24 min.) Digital.
As a statement to move audiences past the racial divide to emotional places where racism resides for Blacks, browns, and whites, 12 artists share their stories through movement and poetry on a basketball court in Boston’s largest and most troubled public housing development during COVID.
Roxbury Love Story
Directed by Exodia Demosthene (USA, 2020, 8 min.) Digital.
When love was king, religion and the arts housed our comfort zones. But this was a time before bombings and the freedom rides, a time for medicine and magic, too. Adolescence may bring rejection and adventure, but wisdom brings you a wife.
Directed by Drew Powell, Ryan Everitt, and Adrian Gibbons (USA, 2020, 21 min.) Digital.
Chez-Vous is the only Black-owned roller-skating rink in New England. As roller-skating rinks close down throughout the US due to COVID-19, we take a deep dive into what makes Chez-Vous special.
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