Film screening and curator introduction: Hale County This Morning, This Evening (12A)
The Palace Cinema, Broadstairs
This is the first in a series of two film screenings alongside We Will Walk: Art and Resistance in the American South, brought to you by The Palace Cinema Broadstairs, in partnership with Turner Contemporary Margate.
Hale County This Morning, This Evening (12A)
Director RaMell Ross / US 2018 / 76min
To celebrate We Will Walk – Art and Resistance in the American South at Turner Contemporary, we have collaborated with the Palace Cinema in Broadstairs to programme two special film screenings. The other film screening is Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am which can be booked separately.
A beautifully made portrait of a small African American community in Hale County, Alabama, a place rarely seen in commercial media. Loosely following the lives of Latendra, Quincy and Daniel, it encompasses major moments of birth and death, the daily rituals of home and the social spaces of church and college.
HALE COUNTY is a personal and deeply engaging documentary which, in its feeling for the rhythm and layering of lives, through image, music and sound design, rises to become something altogether more poetic and moving about the experience and representation of time itself.
Introduced by Hannah Collins, artist and lead curator of We Will Walk – Art and Resistance in the American South.
£7/£6, young people age 14 and under £3.50
Please note that this event is taking place at The Palace Cinema, Harbour Street, Broadstairs CT10 1ET
01843 865726 www.thepalacecinema.co.uk