Screening of A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake, followed by a Q&A session
Thursday, March 2nd, at 12:40pm
Elebash Recital Hall, CUNY Graduate Center, New York City
For more information, please visit: http://thesegalcenter.org/event/ftp2017/
A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake was screened in Edinburgh at the 10th annual Africa in Motion Film Festival on October 30th. Screening details are below. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.
Friday, October 30th, 8:45pm
Summerhall, Red Lecture Theatre
Edinburgh, EH9 1PL
A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake was screened at the Global Peace Film Festival in October.
Screening 1 – Thursday, October 1st, 8pm
Sun Trust Auditorium @ Rollins College, Winter Park FL
E. Fairbanks Ave. and S. Interlachen Ae. (Winter Park, Florida 32789)
Screening 2 – Friday, October 2nd, 5:30pm
Premiere Cinemas 1
3201 E. Colonial Dr. (Orlando, Florida 32803)
Tickets for both screenings can be purchased here.
A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake had its West Coast premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, as part of their social justice competition.
The film was named the winner of the Fund for Santa Barbara Social Justice Competition at the festival. A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake was chosen out of a group of nine documentaries, all recognized for their role in advancing social, economic, and environmental justice.
A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake was selected to have its European premiere in Biarritz at the 28th edition of FIPA, the Festival International de Programmes Audivisuals.
A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake had its US premiere at the Woodstock Film Festival in New York where it received two awards: Honorable Mention for Best Feature Documentary and Honorable Mention for Best Editing on a Feature Documentary.
In addition to the two screenings at the festival, BMI sponsored a panel entitled "Music as the Unifying Force," featuring director Michael Lessac and composer Hugh Masekela.
A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake had its world premiere at the Durban International Film Festival in South Africa where it was named one of the '9 must-see movies' at the festival by CNN World News.