Reel Sisters And ImageNation Screenings Of ‘In The Morning’ In Harlem

Join ImageNation & Reel Sisters for the screening of In The Morning and Night Shift at on May 5, 2017, 9 pm screening at Imagenation Cinema Foundation Raw Space In Harlem.

In The Morning
Directed by Nefertiti Nguvu, 75 min., USA

In The Morning (ITM) is about love and its inevitable change/decline. It charts the emotional anatomy of several relationships over the course of one day. Permutations of passion, sorrow, joy and brutal honesty fuel the lives of a group of nine inter-connected New Yorkers. For everyone, life will be indelibly altered in the morning.

This 75-minute winner of the Urbanworld Film Festival’s Audience Award, is directed by Nefertite’ Nguvu (‘U.N.I.T.Y. Re-ignighted’ for Covergirl and Flavor Unit Ent.; Black America Again – Universal Music), with cinematography by producer Arthur Jafa (Selma, Eyes Wide Shut, Daughters of the Dust).

Night Shift
Directed by Marshall Tyler, 11min., USA

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ITM is preceded by NIGHT SHIFT. This 11-minute short film is directed by Marshall Tyler (Skid Rowe featuring Pras Michel), produced by Moira Griffin and executive produced by Academy Award winner, Viola Davis. Starring Tunde Adebimpe (TV on the Radio) and China Shavers, this official 2017 Sundance Film Festival selection explores a day in the life of a bathroom attendant in a Los Angeles nightclub.

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Freday, May 5th, 2017 9 pm EST

Imagenation Cinema Foundation Raw Space In Harlem, 2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., New York, NY 10027

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