After Sherman

Having just world premiered at the True/False Film Festival in March, this beautifully layered and expressionistic film is a story about inheritance and the tension that defines our collective American history, especially Black history. The director’s exploration of coastal South Carolina as a site of African American pride and racial trauma through Gullah cultural retention and land preservation is interrupted by the shootings at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC.

* The virtual screening of this film is geoblocked to NC only *

Showtimes

In-person


07:00PM - Reynolds Place Theatre

Virtual


12:00AM - Virtual

Credits

DIRECTOR(S)Jon-Sesrie Goff

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Details

RUN TIME: 88 Minutes
CONTENT RATING: MT

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