Filed under: Film | Tags: Butterfly Rising, central cinema, Film, Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, LHAAFF, Quincy Jones Theater, seattle, Tanya Wright, True Blood, Wheedle's Groove
The 8th annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival kicked off this past weekend and will run through Sunday, May 8. The films screened so far have done well, with last night’s showing of local film 23rd and Union selling out (an additional screening has been added on Wednesday, May 4 at 9 pm). You can catch all the films at Central Cinema with the exception of the closing day schedule, which will screen at Garfield High Schools’ Quincy Jones Theater. Make sure to see some of the great films at LHAAFF this week while you can. Highlights include the Seattle soul documentary Wheedle’s Groove, a brunch event with filmmakers at the Northwest African American Museum, and the closing night film Butterfly Rising (directed by True Blood actress Tanya Wright). Check out the full schedule here.
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