SOLD OUT, Livestream Still Available — KQED Presents: A Love Supreme, Black History Month Drive-In
KQEDFeb 23rd @ 8:00 p.m. to 10:00p.m.
THIS IN-PERSON SCREENING IS SOLD OUT.
LIVE-STREAMING TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE.
KQED Presents: A Love Supreme, Black History Month Drive-In
About: This drive-in movie night features shorts by local Black artists and a screening of When The Waters Get Deep, a documentary that revolves around the Oakland band SOL Development. KQED’s “A Love Supreme, Black History Month Drive-In” is an evening centering Black voices through film, storytelling, and song. Hosted by MC Karega Bailey, this event also simultaneously screens on KQED’s YouTube channel. A link will be sent to registrants who sign up for a live-streaming ticket prior to the event.
— Special Welcome from Mayor London Breed
— Mama’s Babies by Adrian Burrell
— Labor by Niema Jordan Featuring Ryan Nicole
— Blackness Is Everything by Alba Roland Mejia
— Dear Beloved Music Showcase
— Feature Film: When The Waters Get Deep
Director: Kelly Whalen
Year Released: 2020
Run Time: 35 minutes (When The Waters Get Deep) | 120 minutes (entire program)
Cast: SOL Development, Karega Bailey, and others
Showing: February 23, 8:00 p.m.
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