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68

a Kwame Edwards' film

The film is an exploration of the physical barriers that manifest as symbols of oppression for Black people in Washington DC. "This ethnographic film highlights the perspectives from DC community activists, artists, educators, civil servants, business owners, and even some who refer to themselves as "gentrifiers." This film will leave your opinion forever changed about innocuous barriers.

68 features music from The Culture God, Knox, and Alex Tha Lion. The artwork for 68 was done by Telvin Stuart, Arthur Perpall III, and Mikail Wright. The narration for 68 was provided by Morgan Edwards and edited by Marcus Long. 68 was written and directed by Kwame Edwards"

 

This is 龙酷凯 Films'™ first feature length documentary. It is currently under consideration for several film festivals.

 

The initial DC screening took place on 2019 April 29th 18:30 at Busboys & Poets in Anacostia as it was selected for the monthly produced Focus In! Film series: "Cinema for a Conscious Community” which screens films focused on social justice, peace, art, music, and/or community value.

Our most recent screening was held on Thursday, August 22, 2019, at 19:30 at We Act Radio station as a part of their #BlackAugust programming.

We are currently planning our next screening.

If you participated in one of our screenings, please feel free to fill out a survey regarding the film

Click the posters to see the trailers.

More screenings to follow in the near future. Stay tuned for details.

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