August 2021
We are preparing for our Sold Out West Coast premiere at the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles on September 11th and 12th. If you were unable to secure tickets for the event, there will be other opportunities to screen the film in-person or virtually coming up in the fall.
In other news we are honored to announce that on Sunday August 22nd, 100 Years From Mississippi will be the featured film at the 12th Annual BronzeLens Film Festival in Atlanta at its signature event, Cinema and Social Justice Sunday. Since its inception the BronzeLens Festival has paid tribute to the role of social justice and civil rights in the fabric of Atlanta and the world. Previous featured films have included documentaries produced by Amb. Andrew Young, HBO Documentaries on The Loving Story and 3 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bulletsplus Raymond Santana and Malik Salaam of the Central Park Exonerated Five, and Ava DuVernay with extended excerpts from Selmabefore its theatrical release. The film will premiere online Sunday, August 22nd, at 1:30 PM EST. To purchase tickets visit:
Coming up later this fall we are grateful and thrilled to be screening in Montreal, Buffalo, Los Angeles and Miami at the following festivals:
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As always we thank you for your continued support and contributions which help to fund post-production and festival expenses.

With Gratitude,
The 100 Years From Mississippi Team