March 21, 2017, 6:00pm
The Albert and Dana Broccoli Theatre, SCA 112, George Lucas Building Lobby, USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex, 900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007
The SCA Division of Media Arts + Practice (MA+P) invites you and a guest to a special screening of
Directed and Produced by
Usayd Younis and Cassie Quarless
Edited by Nse Asuquo, Richard Guard Composed by Wayne Roberts, Pete Cannon
Followed by Q&A with the Directors and Jheanelle Brown, Rogelio Lopez and Emilia Yang
6:00pm on Tuesday, March 21, 2017
SCA 112, The Albert and Dana Broccoli Theatre, USC School of Cinematic Arts, George Lucas Building Lobby
900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles 90007
Free Admission. Open to the Public. RSVP is requested via Eventbrite.
About Generation Revolution
Generation Revolution brings to screen the powerful story of a new generation of black and brown activists who are changing the social and political landscape in the capital and beyond. This feature-length documentary film follows an exciting new breed of organizations as well as the young Londoners that are part of them.
The London Black Revolutionaries, or ‘Black Revs’, have a predilection for dramatic, raucous, direct action: from sabotaging anti-homeless spikes; organizing a die-in at the Westfield shopping center to staging a “Black Brunch” against gentrification. Younger than the Black Revs, R Movement challenge the idea of the ‘Staid and Serious’ political activist. Having formed on social media, they’ve turned online debate into political action. Born out of irreconcilable differences with the Black Revs, The Black Dissidents are a new organization intent on furthering the fight against oppression along the lines of race, class and gender.
The film vividly chronicles the evolution of our characters as they experience personal and political awakenings, breakthroughs and, at times, disillusionment. Generation Revolution offers a unique and original glimpse into the rewarding but difficult path that must be trodden in the struggle for personal, social and political liberation.
"An important contemporary document...passion and idealism oozes off the screen." --The Guardian
Check-in & Reservations
This screening is free and open to the public, although RSVPs are request via Eventbrite.
This screening will be overbooked to ensure seating capacity in the theater, therefore seating is not guaranteed based on RSVPs. The RSVP list will be checked in on a first-come, first-served basis until the theater is full. Once the theater has reached capacity, we will no longer be able to admit guests, regardless of RSVP status. Check-in open 1/2 hour before the screening.
Screening organized by Vicki Callahan (Media Arts + Practice), the Amy King Dundon-Berchtold University Club of USC, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Our Voices: the guest speaker subcommittee of the SCA Council on Diversity and Inclusion.
Reception to follow, provide by the Annenberg School.
Name: Stacy Patterson