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The Great Incarcerator, part 2: The Shadow of Lucasville (a work in progress) – 05/28/13 – Canzani Center at the Columbus College of Art & Design – Columbus, OH

Event
The Great Incarcerator, part 2: The Shadow of Lucasville (a work in progress)
When
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
7:30pm - All Ages
Where
60 Cleveland Ave
Columbus, OH, USA 43215

Parking is free in CCAD lots

Other Info
The Columbus Film Council presents:
The Great Incarcerator, part 1: Dark Little Secret , 36 min., directed by D. Jones
and
The Great Incarcerator, part 2: The Shadow of Lucasville (a work in progress)
Follow-up to the award winning film, The Great Incarcerator, part 1: Dark Little Secret
Co sponsored by The Free Press and BLACK CENTRAL
This screening is free.

The Great Incarcerator, part 1: Dark Little Secret examines the United States prison system and its unprecedented explosion in population and the exploitation of dark, poor faces, intentionally relegated to second-class citizenship otherwise known as continued, legal slavery.
Featuring:
Michelle Alexander, Kunta Kenyatta, Dr. Michelle Brown, Cynthia McKinney, Dr. Angela Davis, natural, Mansfield Frazier, Niki Schwartz, Esq., Saadiqah Hasan, Sen. Nina Turner, Judge Daniel Hogan, Alvin Valentine.

The Great Incarcerator, part 2: The Shadow of Lucasville (a work in progress) is a follow-up to the award winning film, The Great Incarcerator, part 1: Dark Little Secret.

We will be skyping Director D. Jones in for the event and Producer Natural will be in attendance as part of the Film Council's new Filmmaker Feedback Program. The Filmmaker Feedback Program allows filmmakers the chance to work with the Film Council's marketing committee to develop both quantitative and qualitative surveys and discussion tools to engage the audience as part of the development and refinement of their films.

In other words, this series has been developed so that the audience and the filmmakers may interact to improve and refine film works in progress, or to help develop marketing and distribution strategies for films that have already been completed.

Parking is free in CCAD lots (see map)


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