Directed by – Douglas Wesley Segars Produced by – Nandi George, Trina Nicole Peterson, and Product of the Work.
Synopsis: The story chronicles the
Directed by – Douglas Wesley Segars Produced by– Nandi George, Trina Nicole Peterson, and Product of the Work.
Synopsis: The story chronicles the horse jockey community in Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands – through the perspective of a young aspiring jockey, native to the island.
Join for a photography exhibit and the Boston premier of this short documentary featuring a conversation with director Douglas Seagars. The event will be held at the MIT Media Lab and is co-hosted by Danielle Wood, Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at the MIT Media Lab, and Faculty Lead for the Major in African and African Studies.
As the origin of many illustrious storytellers, Boston provides an idyllic setting to experience a
festival of motion pictures. The City is resplendent with breathtaking historical architecture
juxtapose to modern designs including the development of a new vibrant waterfront. Boston is a
walkable city that has become a Mecca for film and tourism.
The Boston Film Festival takes place during the spectacular fall season when the city is bustling
with the return of University students, and the Red Sox are battling for the pennant. A program of
feature, documentary, short and animated films.
Thought provoking film premieres, panels with directors and actors, parties, celebrations, red
carpet press events all create an exciting cinema experience.
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