Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story
While filming a documentary in Mississippi in 1965, Frank De Felitta forever changed the life of an African-American waiter and his family. In 2011, Frank’s son returns to the Delta to examine the repercussions of that fateful encounter.
In recognition of the 50 year anniversary, institutions and individuals throughout Central Florida will be examining the impact of the Civil Rights Act. After this screening please join us for a community panel discussing the film, what changes we have seen in our lifetime, and what issues remain to be addressed.
*Passes and discounts cannot be used for this event. Table reservations cannot be made for this event.
USA, 2012, In English, 90 min, Unrated, Directed by Raymond De Felitta
This event is presented by Enzian
in partnership with The Holocaust Center
and Global Peace Film Festival
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- Sun, 9-7