THE BLACK CINEMA SERIES
a collaboration between RABJ and The Little Theatre

The Little Theatre is proud to announce The Black Cinema Series , presented in partnership with the Rochester Association of Black Journalists (RABJ).

The series celebrates both documentary and narrative expressions in black cinema with a curated film choice every month. To complement each film, The Little will host discussions led by RABJ members, local experts, community leaders, and filmmakers after each series screening. The series began during Black History Month in 2017 with the critically acclaimed I Am Not Your Negro. 

The final film for 2017 in the Black Cinema Series will be MOVE by Tam - which will be screened December 15th at 7 p.m.

Move documents the aftermath and movement of a community after three young men were gunned down in a mass shooting after an anti-violence basketball game at a Boy's and Girl's Club in Rochester, NY. See what happens when an entire community use grassroots efforts to move, band together and take back their city.
About the filmmaker: Tam Little (Director/Producer):

Tam Little is a first-time filmmaker based in Rochester. Her educational background is in business administration where she currently provides training and development solutions for fortune 500 companies. However, her interests include coaching and encouraging young people of all ages to pursue their dreams and cultivate their natural born talents through hard work and mentorship.
Tam felt compelled to tell the stories of the families who were left in the wake of a mass shooting after a Stop the Violence basketball tournament at The Boys and Girls Club of Rochester -- a safe haven for millions of boys and girls.

The documentary Move captures a community’s response to the violence in their neighborhoods and their resolve to reduce violence in their city by facing the underlying issues of violence head-on. Through the family’s stories, she hopes viewers will walk away taking a moment to remember the casualties of America’s epidemic of gun violence and see themselves moving and mobilizing their efforts to make children safe in cities and suburbs all across America.

To get more information about this film, click here