VIRTUAL Art After Dark x Third Horizons: February 26

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Film Series

Across Lines
Pt 2

After the screening join a discussion between Jonathan Ali, Programming Director of the Third Horizon Film Festival, and filmmaker Jil Servant.

The second installation of Across Lines features GUAVAS FOR THE ROAD, a documentary by Jil Servant.

About the Film

GUAVAS FOR THE ROAD, a documentary by Jil Servant
Run time: 47 minutes

Back in the 1960s Pierrette left Martinique to seek a new life in Paris. She participated in a TV documentary about the city’s community of residents from the Caribbean, a film she never saw. Now an elderly woman with Alzheimer’s, Pierrette returns, with her adult son, to her native island for the last time.

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Across Lines Film Series

Across Lines is a three-part series exploring identity through the lens of diaspora. Short film screenings are followed by a discussion between moderator and filmmakers. Watch a new lineup of films every last Friday of the month from January through March for free as part of Art After Dark. This series is presented in collaboration with Third Horizon.



OUR COLLABORATORS

Third Horizon is a Caribbean filmmaking and creative collective. Their flagship initiative is the annual Third Horizon Film Festival in Miami. To learn more, visit www.thirdhorizonmedia.com and @thrdhrzn on Instagram.

ATTENDING THIS EVENT

Register: This program is free and will stream live via Youtube and Facebook. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation. A reminder email will be sent before the virtual program, along with a link to watch live.
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