February 2022
Happy February and Happy 100 Years Release Day! Starting today, you can rent or purchase 100 Years From Mississippi on the following platforms commercially and secure a license or host a screening at your college, university or library educationally.
Let's celebrate with some cake and eat it too—there will hopefully be more to come, so please visit our commercial release landing page and our educational release site for all of our up-to-date viewing options. But that's not all—come to one of our upcoming in-person screening events in the spring! 

100 Years From Mississippi will be screening live in the San Francisco Bay Area in March at the Berkeley Rialto Cinemas Elmwood Theatre on Thursday, March 17th at 7:30pm, featuring a post-film Q&A with Writer/Director Tarabu. And our San Francisco Roxie Theatre screening on Sunday, March 20th at 2:00pm will be co-sponsored with the Freedom Archives), featuring a post-film talkback with Tarabu, Executive Producer Barry Shabaka Henley, and activist/Freedom Archives founder Claude Marks! 

The theaters for both screenings are taking Covid precautions, which can be viewed at the Elmwood Theater and the Roxie Theater websites. Please click on the theater links above for tickets, and check our website and social media for updates. 
Additionally, we're heading to Montgomery, Alabama, where we are honored to screen at the Peace and Justice Memorial Center, (exact date and time to be announced, so please check our website and social media for updates!).

And last, but certainly not least, we're ecstatic for Mamie's story to be recognized as a nominee for Outstanding Independent Documentary at the 22nd Annual Black Reel Awards, streaming on Monday, February 28th at 8pm EST/5pm PST (pre-show starts at 7pm EST/4pm PST)!

Please visit our website at 100 Years From Mississippi for a full schedule of news and upcoming events, and be sure to visit and follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for the latest info!
Your contributions are greatly appreciated! They help us share Mamie's important story and support our festival and screening expenses.

With Gratitude,
The 100 Years From Mississippi Team