Reposted from Reel Black:
New AFFRM/Array Movie BETTER MUS’ COME To Screen In Philly on 3/13 Director Storm Saulter In Person
When: March 13, 7:00 pm
Where: Asian Arts Initiative, 1219 Vine Street
On Wednesday March 13 at 7pm, African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement’s new multi-platform label Array will screen its first acquisition, BETTER MUS’ COME, at the Asian Arts Initiative, 1219 Vine Street in Philadelphia. Writer/Director/Cinematographer STORM SAULTER will be in attendance.
The film will open theatrically in New York and Los Angeles on March 15. The theatrical release will be preceded by simultaneous one-night engagements in Philadelphia, Atlanta, Washington DC, Seattle and Houston on March 13 presented by Array partners Imagenation, Urbanworld Film Festival, BronzeLens Film Festival, ReelBlack Film Series, Langston Hughes African-American Film Festival, Howard Film Culture and Houston African-American Museum. The Philadelphia screening is part of this multi-city event.
The debut feature from writer/director Storm Saulter, BETTER MUS’ COME is a stunning love story unfolding at a time when rival Jamaican gangs were enlisted by warring political factions to disrupt the democratic process – and bloodshed was unleashed on the streets. Winner of Best Feature Awards at Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival and Bahamas International Film Festival, Best Director Award at Pan-African Film Festival and Best
Actor Award at American Black Film Festival, the film has screened at Toronto
International Film Festival, Film Society of Lincoln Center and British Film Institute.