USA | 2003 | 66 minutes | NR
More than your everyday “Behind the Music” documentary, this film tackles hard questions, covering issues such as exile, loneliness, inter-racial dating, and black power.
Director: James Spooner
Toronto Comic Arts Festival Presents: 20th Anniversary Screening of ‘Afro-Punk’ with Afropunk Festival Co-Founder James Spooner
Screening of ‘Afro-Punk’ with Afropunk Festival Co-Founder James Spooner
Friday, April 28th, 6:30pm
The Revue Cinema, Toronto
Afro-Punk (2003) is an award winning documentary film directed by Toronto Comic Arts Festival’s featured guest, James Spooner.
Afro-Punk was shot and released by James Spooner in 2003. To celebrate its 20 years since its release, TCAF in collaboration with The Revue Cinema and The Black Nerds will screen Afro-Punk, the 66-minute film that inspired the Afropunk festival, co-founded by Spooner and Matthew Morgan. James Spooner will be in attendance for a post-screening talk-back with Faduma Gure of TCAF programming team and The Black Nerds.
This event is part of Toronto Comic Arts Festival Programming. Check out the rest of our awesome festival programming at https://www.torontocomics.com/
Doors Open 30 Minutes Before Showtime.
General Admission: $15
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Individual/Family Members: FREE
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