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Shadow & Act-Sponsored Screening Of 'Central Park Five' At Maysles Cinema, w/ Q&A, Tomorrow, 11/27

by Tambay A. Obenson
November 26, 2012 11:23 AM
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Hey New Yorkers! 

If you haven't yet seen the critically-acclaimed feature documentary, The Central Park Five (it opened last week Friday in NYC), and it's on your to-see list (it really should be if it's not), consider attending tomorrow night's screening, at Maysles Cinema in Harlem.

Why? As the title of this post states, it's an S&A-sponsored screening, and it'll be followed by a Q&A/panel discussion that will include one of the Central Park Five - Yusef Salaam - as well as yours truly, Tambay A Obenson, and Angela Bronner of Uptown Magazine.

The screening starts at 7:30pm sharp, and tickets are just $10. You can pre-order yours HERE.

And if tomorrow night is no good for you, you should that the film is playing at 7:30pm every night at the Maysles Cinema, through this Thursday, November 29; so see it while you can!

The Wednesday, November 28 screening, will be followed by a Q&A and book signing with co-director of the film, Sarah Burns.

Visit the Maysles website calendar for other playdate info for this week.

Otherwise, maybe I'll see you tomorrow night... 

Here are its trailer and poster:

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  • Blackman | November 26, 2012 11:24 PMReply

    Folks aren't interested in S&A screening? Or maybe they don't want to go on the day that all these rancid posters go. Yeah, that's it.

  • Grace Fouche' | November 26, 2012 4:04 PMReply

    I know it will be hard to watch but when will it be in the Detroit area ?

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