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Black Film Screenings in NY, LA & Chicago Starting Tomorrow 4/20 ("Chico & Rita," "Snow on tha Bluff," "War Witch")

Shadow and Act By Vanessa Martinez | Shadow and Act April 19, 2012 at 5:07PM

Black Film Screenings in NY, LA & Chicago Starting Tomorrow 4/20 ("Chico & Rita," "Snow on tha Bluff," "War Witch")
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Chico And Rita
 
Here's a list of screenings this week, starting tomorrow Friday 4/20, in New York, Los Angeles & Chicago. These are all films we've covered at S&A. Aside from the films screening at the Tribeca Film Festival which started today, the critically-acclaimed animated feature Chico and Rita will screen in LA, as well as the 1972 Jamaican crime film The Harder They Come.
 
Also screening is Snow on tha Bluff, described as  the drama that claims to "show what life on the streets is really like." Check out our profile of that film HERE.
Thanks to Alece Oxendene for the weekly recaps!

New York

I’m Santana, The Movie Sunday, April 22 at 3:30, 5:00pm at Maysles Institute

Snow on tha Bluff Friday, April 20-Sunday, April 26 at ReRun

Tribeca Film Festival
Each film has various screenings at various locations so please click on the film title for more details.
Alekesam
Baseball in the Time of Cholera
Benji
Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story
Broke
Stones in the Sun
Supporting Characters
War Witch

Chicago
Chico & Rita Friday, April 20 - Thursday, April 26 at Siskel Film Center

LA
CineFamily Jamaican Noir: The Cinema of Dread Festival
Rockers Monday, April 23 at 10:30pm at CineFamily
Harder They Come Tuesday, April 24 & Wednesday, April 25 at 10:30pm at CineFamily
The Land of Look Behind Saturday, April 26 at 4:00pm at CineFamily

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