“A gorgeous clarion call for our young black girls”
“We need this.”
Sometimes family doesn’t always know best, but there’s always gold at the end of the rainbow. This reigns even more true in this landmark film in the Black cinema canon, where Rainbow, a young black woman living in Brooklyn, is torn between her tightly wound mother, free loving aunt, and her own burgeoning sense of agency. Screening with the short film HAIR PIECE, also directed by Ayoka Chenzira. Free Member Monday—free admission for all AFS members on September 12.