The Eyes Wide Open film series is starting up again, after the summer break,
this Thursday, October 19th, with a film you won't want to miss:
Presented by our own Gene Rizzo.
"I Am Not Your Negro" by Raoul Peck, USA (and other countries), 2017, 93 minutes.
Writers: James Baldwin (writings), Raoul Peck (scenario)
Appearing: Samuel L. Jackson, James Baldwin, Harry Belafonte
appearing: Marlon Brando, George W. Bush, Ray Charles, Gary
Joan Crawford, Tony Curtis, Bob Dylan, Audrey Hepburn, Charlton Heston
James Baldwin tells the story of race in modern America
with his unfinished novel, Remember This House.
Rotten Tomatoes: five stars. See the reviews here.
Via Pullino (Metro Garbatella)
How to get there: click here
Our web site: www.peaceandjustice.it
The film is in English and is free (but small donations are welcome). Arcobaleno membership
is €7 per year, valid for various discounts in Rome. Doors open at 7pm; film starts at 8pm; a
brief discussion follows in English (but Italian is OK, too). Drinks (including artisan beers) and a
light dinner can be enjoyed before or during the film. For more info write: email@example.com