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Kitchen Stove Film Series | The Last Black Man in San Francisco

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October 24, 2019

Location: Landmark Cinemas
Address: 250 Winnipeg Street
Time: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
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2019-10-24 16:00:00 2019-10-24 21:00:00 America/Vancouver Kitchen Stove Film Series | The Last Black Man in San Francisco The Last Black Man in San Francisco Directed by Joe Talbot USA 120 minutes Director Joe Talbot’s expressive and poignant debut feature is rooted in the real-life experiences of his childhood best friend, Jimmie Fails. The Last Black Man in San Francisco tells a story of the city through the eyes of a fictionalized version of Jimmie (cast as himself) who is obsessed by the idea of reclaiming the Victorian House that his grandfather built, which is the house where Jimmie grew up and was the last real home he had before his family broke apart. “…a picturesque and poetic ode to the title city, to friendship, and the universal urge to find a place to call home.” Peter Howell, Toronto Star. Showing Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Landmark Cinemas 4:00 + 7:00pm Series Subscription $38 Members | $44 Non-Members Single Tickets $13 in Advance | $15 at the Door Purchase your tickets at the Penticton Art Gallery (199 Marina Way) Landmark Cinemas 250 Winnipeg Street [email protected]
The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Directed by Joe Talbot
USA
120 minutes

Director Joe Talbot’s expressive and poignant debut feature is rooted in the real-life experiences of his childhood best friend, Jimmie Fails. The Last Black Man in San Francisco tells a story of the city through the eyes of a fictionalized version of Jimmie (cast as himself) who is obsessed by the idea of reclaiming the Victorian House that his grandfather built, which is the house where Jimmie grew up and was the last real home he had before his family broke apart. “…a picturesque and poetic ode to the title city, to friendship, and the universal urge to find a place to call home.” Peter Howell, Toronto Star.

Showing Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Landmark Cinemas
4:00 + 7:00pm

Series Subscription $38 Members | $44 Non-Members
Single Tickets $13 in Advance | $15 at the Door

Purchase your tickets at the Penticton Art Gallery (199 Marina Way)



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