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Ava DuVernay’s Array Launches Stay-At-Home #ArrayMatinee Film Series

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Ava DuVernay’s Array Launches Stay-At-Home #ArrayMatinee Film Series
As a way to keep audiences enlightened and entertained during social distancing and quarantine, Ava DuVernay’s Array will launch #ArrayMatinee on April 1. The new weekly digital film series will include independent films from Array Releasing’s roster of global features.

Every subsequent Wednesday after April 1, Array will showcase five films from their slate. Viewers and cinephiles will be able to “watch and tweet” to engage and connect with each other — while using the #ArrayMatinee hashtag of course.

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Below you can read more about the films that will be featured in the #ArrayMatinee film series.

Ayanda (South Africa) – April 1, 1Pm Pst (Vimeo)

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Theatrical Trailer for Array's 'The House on Coco Road' Documentary

"There is a freedom tide rising in our hemisphere." Array has released an official trailer for a documentary titled The House on Coco Road, from filmmaker Damani Baker. The documentary profiles Baker's own family that moved away from Oakland, California in the 1980s only to end up directly inside the Grenada Revolution, which America was involved with. The film features first hand accounts from activists including Angela Davis, Fania Davis and Fannie Haughton. It also has a score by musician/songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello. This looks like another powerful, eye-opening doc about racism and the struggle for justice in America - including going all the way to Grenada to make a point. I'm very curious about seeing this doc. Here's the official trailer (+ posters) for Damani Baker's The House on Coco Road, direct from YouTube: Set amidst the Grenada Revolution, The House on Coco Road documents one family's flight from racial tensions in 1980's Oakland,
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