Sat, Jun 19 | Miami Beach

Juneteenth Film Screening

Join us for a pre-show screening of three short films produced by the Creative Team Members of The Juneteenth Experience. Cu-Black My Black Body IS Rosewater
Juneteenth Film Screening

Time & Location

Jun 19, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Miami Beach, 7275 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33141, USA

About the Event

Join us for a pre-show screening of three short films produced by the Creative Team Members of The Juneteenth Exhereperience. Get your tickets here!

CuBlack: Invisiblized No Further! | Produced by Melissa Cobblah Guttierrez | A dance film that analyzes the “invisibilized” oppression of Blackness inside the Cuban community and investigates how it has impacted Miami.

My Black Body Is | Produced by Kunya Rowley | How does it feel to inhabit a body that is revered, detested, over-sexualized, ridiculed, fetishized, profaned, killed? Black art song and negro spirituals will provide the foundation to create this performance of celebration & reclamation of blackness that is part concert, part spoken word, and wholly theatrical.

Rosewater | Produced by Michelle Grant-Murray | RoseWater is a dance ritual inspired by the ancestral practice of rosewater baths prepared by the artist’s grandmother. The performance blends sobering revelation with hopeful inquiry, calling for transformational change and the acknowledgment of the multigenerational legacy of healing and restoration passed down through ancestral lines in Black communities. 

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