Ever heard of the 1919 movie “The Green Eyed Monster”?
According to information from IMDB, it included an all-colored cast and was endorsed by “the most Prominent Colored People of America” as being the greatest picture of its kind.
In the early 1900s, Florida was the center of “race films,” silent films that depicted African Americans in a more nuanced and positive light than other forms of entertainment at the time. This screening sheds light on the few films that survived, with a live score.
Free or pay what you want (donation) with RSVP (must have ticket for entry).