Join us for a screening of Black Stains (2018) followed by a conversation with its team of creators – director, cinematographer, and producer Tiffany Rhynard, choreographer, and producer Trent D. Williams, Jr., and composer Farai Malianga.
Inspired by the personal experiences of Trent D. Williams, Jr., an African American choreographer, Black Stains depicts the reality of living while Black in the United States and addresses the systemic pattern of racial profiling by the police. Interviews with Black men encompassing a broad spectrum of age, background, and experience illustrate personal human stories that bring abstract issues into sharper focus. Woven together with robust dancing and original music from composer Farai Malianga, the film invites a conversation about how to navigate complex racial issues in a country that refuses to make amends for its troubled past.
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