The The East End African American Museum present the 7th Annual BLACK FILM FESTIVAL. The All Day Film Festival begins at 12:30 and takes place at the "NEW" Parrish Art Museum located at 279 Montauk Hwy. Water Mill, New York. Five films will be featured and include Raising Izzie a family film about two young girls; the classic Purlie Victorious- "Gone Are The Days" made in 1964 starring Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee; The Last/First Kiss a short film about twenty-something: The Learning Tree about young African Americans growing up in Kansas in the 1920's and 30's produces by Gordan Parks; and Hoodwinked a documentary by award winning director Janks Morton. A discussion with Mr. Morton ends the festival.
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