Reelblack And Black Star Present In The Morning/Fleecing Led Zeppelin (Philadelphia Premiere)

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Reelblack Inc. and BlackStar Film Festival are proud to host the Philadelphia Premiere of Nefertite Nguvu's award-winning feature debut IN THE MORNING. Screening will take place at International House, 3701 Chestnut Street on Tuesday April 14 at 7pm. Preceded by the short film FLEECING LED ZEPPELIN by Gabriel Tolliver. FILMMAKERS IN ATTENDANCE.

Tickets are $10 Adults/ $8 Students and Seniors/ $5 Reelblack and IHouse Members (for info on becoming a Reelblack member, visit

Tickets can be purchased in advance at

In The Morning is a feature film about love and its inevitable change/decline. It charts the emotional anatomy of the lives, loves, infidelities, and enduring friendships of a group of inter-connected New Yorkers over the course of one day.

Set in Brooklyn, In The Morning is a searing journey through the lives of nine smart, fiercely articulate New Yorkers. Friends: Harper, Ravi, Fez, Bly and Amara gather to bid farewell to one of their own moving abroad, and debate the compromise and loss of their youthful ideals regarding marriage, fidelity, life, and love. Two lovers: Malik and Cadence, meet to ceremoniously end a whirlwind romance that has collapsed under the weight of fears, obligations, and regrets. A couple: Zuri and Leal, sift through the remains of their broken relationship as they try to make a life-altering decision. They begin to come to terms with their disintegrated trust, and the possibility of renewal. For everyone, life will be indelibly altered in the morning. Winner Audience Award-Urbanworld Film Festival. Official Selection Pan African Film Festival, New Voices In Black Cinema.

Filmmaker Nefertite Nguvu and cast members Kim Hill, Alzo Slade, Hoji Fortuna and CJ Lindsey will be in attendance. Q&A Moderated by Maori Holmes.

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Fleecing Led Zeppelin

dir. Gabriel Tolliver, USA, 2014, digital, 20 min.

In 1973 someone stole $200,000 from Led Zeppelin's safety deposit box. Forty years later, it creates a Pandora's box of trouble for a New York City cop.

Filmmaker Gabriel Tolliver will be in attendance.
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