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Screen/Shot: “Soundtrack For A Revolution”


The Listening Presents, Screen/Shot: “Soundtrack For A Revolution”
in partnership with Riverviews Artspace

Introducing “Screen/Shot”, our quarterly film screening and discussion series presented by The Listening!

Film and cinema have long been conduits of public engagement, communicating stories and perspectives that challenge our own. Screen/Shot is a quarterly film and discussion program hosted by The Listening with Riverviews Artspace, designed to utilize cinema to explore the many ways that the arts have impacted lives. Current schedule includes screenings and discussions in the months of February, May, August and December.

“Soundtrack For A Revolution” is an award-winning documentary that follows the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, with an emphasis of the music that powered the voice of a generation. Featuring musical interpretations by Wyclef Jean, John Legend, The Roots and Joss Stone, we invite you to join us in revisiting this pivotal moment in our country’s history!

This event is free, but we ask all to consider supporting events like this with a donation! See you there!

Earlier Event: February 7
Lynchburg Salsa