Brooklyn: Come Meet Award-winning Filmmaker Nikyatu Jusu

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Scene from 'Say Grace Before Drowning'

[Announcement]

Greetings Lumineers,

Tomorrow is the day, the second edition of our BEYOND THE CUT artist discussion series - this time featuring award-winning filmmaker Nikyatu Jusu, known for her fresh, sensitive and poignant storytelling skills.

We're filling up but RSVP's are still open, so register HERE to attend our discussion on being an urban artist in modern times.

Doors open at 1:30pm and the discussion begins promptly at 2pm.  Light snacks will be served.

158 Buffalo Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.

And if you're not already, get more familiar with Nikyatu's work by clicking the picture above to watch her second short film 'Say Grace Before Drowning'...this deservedly widely acclaimed film festival favorite will amaze you!

And don't forget to enjoy the remainder of Saturday with our event partner and host, Weeksville Heritage Center, and it's monthly 'Weeksville Weekends.' Take a walk through history as you tour their historic Hunterfly Road Homes, and then help create a community quilt. This all begins right after 'Beyond the Cut' and is a can't miss!  See more at www.Weeksvillesociety.org


For more info on Beyond The Cut, please visit us at www.LuminalTheater.org

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