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This year the Saint Augustine Film Festival is partnering with the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center for exclusive film screenings. Don’t miss these must-see films on Black history and culture on Friday and Saturday, January 21 & 22, 2022!

Masks are strongly encouraged when not eating or drinking. Refreshments will be available for purchase.

Schedule:
Friday, January 21, 2022

SHOWINGS @ 6:00pm:

Wade In The Water: Drowning In Racism | Director: Cathleen Deen
The Conversation Remix: For Our Girls, A Conversation with Black Women | Director: Michèle Stephenson & Imani Dennison
Fireburn The Documentary | Director: Joel Fendelman

SHOWINGS @ 7:20pm:

GO-GO CITY: Displacement & Protest in D.C. | Director: Samuel George

Saturday, January 22, 2022

SHOWINGS @ 2:00pm:

Fireburn The Documentary | Director: Joel Fendelman
Wade In The Water: Drowning In Racism | Director: Cathleen Deen
Rest Area | Director: Rhythum
The Conversation Remix: For Our Girls, A Conversation with Black Women | Director: Michèle Stephenson & Imani Dennison

SHOWINGS at 6:00 pm:

One Pint at a Time (Special showing), followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker, Aaron Hosé and producer, Brigitte Hosé.

Ticket prices starting at $10.00.  Click event website link to purchase your ticket(s) and for all additional information.

Venue

Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center
102 Martin Luther King Avenue
St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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