On June 19th, at 12pm, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive will be hosting a screening of Welcome to the Neighborhood, followed by a discussion with Mildred Howard and Leigh Raiford. This will be part of the show About Things Loved: Blackness and Belonging. This is a great opportunity to hear about Mildred's work and her mother's legacy. Please come for this special Juneteenth celebration.
Albany FilmFest Presents screening of Welcome to the Neighborhood, followed by Q&A with the filmmaker.
Welcome to the Neighborhood will screen at 7:15 at La Pena Cultural Center as part of a fundraising event hosted by SURJ to raise awareness and support for Proposition 10. Following the screening will be a presentation by members of the Housing Now coalition on Proposition 10, a statewide ballot initiative that would restore the right of local communities to protect families from skyrocketing rents. The screening is free, but donations are welcome.
Join me in supporting the Rose Foundation by attending their birthday bash and film festival! Welcome to the Neighborhood will be the featured film, preceded by great food and drink and other wonderful short films. After the screening, there will be a brief Q & A.
Screening and panel discussion with Mildred Howard and Onynex Johnson. This event is part of the Tarea Hall Pittman Social Justice series.
Join us for a screening and panel at The New Parkway. Carl Anthony and Chris Schildt, board members of Urban Habitat, will be part of a panel discussion after the screening. They'll talk about the ways in which housing and transportation policies have historically worked against communities of color and, more importantly, visions of communities, public space, and transportation that work for everyone.
Join Friends of Adeline in celebrating the birthday of Malcolm X. There will be a potluck, a learning session with former Berkeley Mayor Gus Newport, a screening of Welcome to the Neighborhood, poetry and music.
AAMLO will host a screening of Welcome to the Neighborhood, followed by a panel discussing the changing demographics and housing challenges in the East Bay, with a particular focus on Oakland.
Youth Spirit Artworks will screen Welcome to the Neighborhood in their new art gallery, followed by a talk from Mildred Howard.
Berkeley Film Foundation presents a screening and panel at The New Parkway. Berkeley city council and mayor will be in attendance. After the screening, former state senator Loni Hancock, former vice-mayor Carole Kennerly, former city council member Ying Lee, and former district director for Barbara Lee, Roberta Black, will be part of a panel focusing on creating coalitions to effect political change.
Tickets for this event: https://ticketing.us.veezi.com/purchase/5181?siteToken=P5WXdOEJ3Eq2eHbZHTAtbg%3D%3D
Welcome to the Neighborhood will screen as part of the Oakland International Film Festival at the Grand Lake Theater.
Tickets for this event: http://www.oiff.org/event/oiff16-grand-lake-530-730-p-m-strength-and-fortune-1127-hale-2024-ice-cream-party-14-min-love-separated-in-life-1700-welcome-to-the-neighborhood-2500-real-artist-1200/
Welcome to the Neighborhood will play as part of the Oakland International Film Festival. The first screening is a free screening at Holy Names University.
Welcome to the Neighborhood will play as part of the Bay Area Women Filmmakers program in the Albany Film Festival. See our film as well as four other short films by local women filmmakers.
Tickets for this event. https://www.landmarktheatres.com/Booking/albany-twin/5953957