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Anomaly premiers in Seattle on April 18, 2010! PDF Print E-mail

 MAVIN is proud to co-sponsor the Seattle premiere of Anomaly, a documentary about multiracial identity by Jessica Chen-Drammeh and Sharon Smith. The filmmakers and several members of the MAVIN board will be in attendence. Check it out onSunday, April 18 at 1:30 pm atCentral Cinema, 1411 21st Avenue (at Union), Seattle, WA 98122, (206) 686-6684

For more info, check out the Langston Hughes website.

Buy tickets ($8) in person at Central Cinema or online.

 *Filmmakers in attendance: Q&A will follow screening with Director/Producer Jessica Chen Drammeh and Co-Producer Sharon Smith!


 
Barack Obama's presidency has brought conversations on racial identity to the forefront. ANOMALY is a groundbreaking documentary film that takes an insider's look at the experiences of multiracial Americans. Through personal narratives,ANOMALY stimulates viewers to think about identity, family and community in a changing world.
 
The film features interviews and performances with singer/songwriter Gabriella Callender of Mahina Movement, spoken word artist Michelle Myers of Yellow Rage, poet/musician Pete Shungu, author/poet Thaddeus Rutkowski, along with community leaders and academic experts.
 
The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival supports community building by providing opportunities for artists and audiences to connect using the medium of film as a catalyst for dialogue that leads to social change. The festival creates year round opportunities to enhance media literacy, self-reflection, and community discussion. By creating the shared experience of films that are by and about Black people, the festival is a creative and collaborative opportunity to build cultural competency across the aisle and across neighborhoods in greater Seattle.
 
The Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center celebrates, nurtures, presents and preserves African American performing arts and cultural legacies. This year, the Center is under renovation, and screenings will be held at a variety of venues in Seattle.
 
Spread the word to your friends, and meet us in Seattle!
 
ANOMALY, a documentary about multiracial identity
Jessica Chen Drammeh, Director/Producer
Sharon K. Smith, Co-Producer
 
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