Whose Streets?

A Religious Experience for Film Lovers...Focus On Female Directors

Whose Streets?

Revival House Theatre

Feb 15, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$5-10

This event is 13 and over

Film Screening at 7pm.

Live Music starting at 6pm: TBD.

15+ beers. 7 wines. Craft Maine Root Sodas. Tons of snack food. 

 

The historical Milton Theatre is a uniquely diverse venue where you will find the best local, regional, national, and international talent. Free municipal and on-street parking are available. Full bar and light food options available. This facility is fully accessible.

Whose Streets?
Whose Streets?
HOW THE KILLING OF 18 YEAR OLD MIKE BROWN
INSPIRED A COMMUNITY TO FIGHT BACK.
A PEOPLE'S DOCUMENTARY

THE ACTIVISTS AND LEADERS WHO LIVE AND BREATHE THIS MOVEMENT FOR JUSTICE BRING YOU WHOSE STREETS? - A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE FERGUSON UPRISING. WHEN UNARMED TEENAGER MICHAEL BROWN IS KILLED BY POLICE AND THEN LEFT LYING IN THE STREET FOR HOURS, IT MARKS A BREAKING POINT FOR THE RESIDENTS OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY. GRIEF, LONG-STANDING TENSION, AND RENEWED ANGER BRING RESIDENTS TOGETHER TO HOLD VIGIL AND PROTEST THIS LATEST TRAGEDY. IN THE DAYS THAT FOLLOW, ARTISTS, MUSICIANS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS TURN INTO FREEDOM FIGHTERS, STANDING ON THE FRONT LINES TO DEMAND JUSTICE. AS THE NATIONAL GUARD DESCENDS ON FERGUSON, A SMALL SUBURB OF ST. LOUIS, WITH MILITARY GRADE WEAPONRY, THESE YOUNG COMMUNITY MEMBERS BECOME THE TORCHBEARERS OF A NEW WAVE OF RESISTANCE.
FOR THIS GENERATION, THE BATTLE IS NOT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, BUT FOR THE RIGHT TO LIVE.
Revival House Theatre
Revival House Theatre
The Revival House is a platform to celebrate the experience of going to the movies. Our mission is to foster a community through the shared experience of film and presenting programs that are unique, entertaining, and fun. Within the walls of the historic Milton Theatre, we hope to provide monthly screenings equally dedicated to cinema and community.