Atlanta City Council Member Kwanza Hall celebrates the Second Annual Black Vintage Movie Series on June 22
District 2 Councilmember Kwanza Hall will kick off the 2ndAnnual Black Vintage Movie Series tomorrow, June 22 at the Balzer Theater at Herren’s (home of Theatrical Outfit) at 84 Luckie Street in Downtown Atlanta.
The one-day event will include screenings of the 1929 classic “Hallelujah” at 3 p.m. followed by the 1940 film “Broken Strings” at 6 p.m.
Attendees will be treated to musical performances both prior to and immediately after the film screenings. The Still Waters Sinfo-Nia Youth Orchestra Quintet will offer a prelude performance at 2:15 p.m. The award winning gospel choir Anointed Voices, from District 2’s Tabernacle Baptist Church, will close out the afternoon’s festivities. Free refreshments will be served.
“The Black Vintage Movie Series knows how to put on a show,” said Hall. “Their film selections are excellent and they always wrap innovative programming around their screenings.” The Black Vintage Movie Series is a 2013 partner for Hall’s Year of Boulevard initiative. Throughout the year, the organization is bringing classic films, sing-alongs, and movie-style refreshments to the senior highrise apartments of District 2.
Tickets range between $15 and $25 and are available by calling 1-877-725-8849 or online at www.bvms.brownpapertickets.com.For more information, visit www.blackvintagemovies.com