Bless Their Little Hearts

Monday 24th October

Searching for steady work, Charlie Banks (Nate Hardman) views his chronic unemployment as a kind of spiritual trial. While his wife, Andais (Kaycee Moore), works to support their family of five with dignity.

 

Billy Woodberry’s film distils the social concerns and aesthetics of that trailblazing movement in African American cinema. Named to the National Film Registry, the film is a key masterpiece of L.A Rebellion – the black independent-cinema renaissance that emerged from UCLA’s film school.

Running time: 80 minutes. Age Certificate: 12A. Doors: 18:30. Film: 19:00.

A time for celebration and reflection, Black History Month is one of the most significant points of the year. To mark it, we bring you a special programme of film that showcases standout Black talent, from the writers and directors to leading stars.

From 10 October, join us every Monday to discover the BHM series. Screenings will operate on a pay-what-you-can basis starting from £3.

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