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Hey New York - You're Getting Another Chance To See "Yelling To The Sky" This Week!

Photo of Tambay A. Obenson By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act August 22, 2011 at 4:53AM

A film that probably doesn't need much of an intro around here, given how much we've already written about it, will screen again in New York City this Thursday evening, the 25th of August; so all you New Yorkers who've missed the precious few past screenings of Victoria Mahoney's impressive and, dare I say, *controversial* (given some of the reactions to it I've read thus far), feature film debut, Yelling To The Sky, will have another opportunity to do so.
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A film that probably doesn't need much of an intro around here, given how much we've already written about it, will screen again in New York City this Thursday evening, the 25th of August; so all you New Yorkers who've missed the precious few past screenings of Victoria Mahoney's impressive and, dare I say, *controversial* (given some of the reactions to it I've read thus far), feature film debut, Yelling To The Sky, will have another opportunity to do so.

The film's cast includes star Zoë Kravitz , Antonique Smith, Gabourey Sidibe, Tim Blake Nelson, Jason Clarke, Yolonda Ross, Shareeka Epps, and others.

I saw it at the Gen Art Film Festival in June, and reviewed it soon thereafter, calling it the cinematic equivalent of Miles Davis' Bitches Brew; you can read my thoughts HERE.

Make up your own mind by seeing it at 7pm, Thursday, August 25, 2011, at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater, 165 W. 65th Street, NYC, brought to you by ImageNation.

Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the box office booth on the day of the screening.

Students & Seniors: $17 advance / $22 day-of

ImageNation & Film Society Members: $15 advance/ $20 day-of.

Here's the trailer again:


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