My friend, Stacey Holman, is an alum of NYU's Graduate Film program.  Along with five other NYU alums, they formed an underground film collective called 6 Leagues.  Together, they put together a film anthology that looks at relationships in flux, with each filmmaker looking at a different point on the relationship's timeline.  The result is the film 6 Things I Never Told You.

In addition to Stacey, the filmmakers in 6 Leagues are Cinque Northern, Ed DuRante, Rod Guiles, Caran Hartsfield and James Richards.

Love to see folks gettin' all Wu-Tang on a situation, that is, using collective power and resources to get things done.

The screening is part of ActNow: New Voices in Black Cinema series

BAM Rose Cinemas
30 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Times: 6:50 (Q&A w/ filmmakers) and 9:30
Tickets: $11 (general). Get advanced tickets here.

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NOTE: For those of you in Chicago, the film will also screen at the Siskel Film Center tonight @ 8:15.

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  • Curt

    Thanks for the love on promoting our event. We sold out the first show and had a fantastic turnout for the 9:30 one as well.

    Great ‘site BTW, luv your taste in culture. Definite bookmark.

  • You’re welcome, Curt. Glad to know things went well. Besides the fact that I’ve known Stacey for years, I thought this was a great example of pooling resources in order to push creative work out into the world. Congrats again, and I’m looking forward to seeing it at its next screening.