Join us for our second night of Temescal Street Flicks!
The second film of our four part series will feature three short films that greatly displays Oakland and its local lifestyle!
Short Film #1:
Rapper & Pianist Kev Choice makes music to heal Oakland – and himself.
Choice, who was born and raised in Oakland, says that his main goal with his music is to inspire people of different walks of life and create safe spaces for self-expression. His music is also a way for him to celebrate Oakland’s culture and give back to his community.
Short Film #2:
“People’s Kitchen Collective”
You can’t fight for justice, equity and freedom on an empty stomach. The co-founders of People’s Kitchen Collective (PKC), Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik, Jocelyn Jackson and Saqib Keval, believe in the power of conversation and community over shared meals—and the necessity of bridging racial, religious and generational divides to build solidarity.
Short Film #3:
“Futbolistas 4 Life”
This documentary takes you into the lives of two high schoolers: One is a DACA applicant who’s navigating the reality of his immigration status, and the other was born in California, but lives in fear that her undocumented parents may be deported. These youth take solace in the game of soccer that lets them, if only for a moment, put their worries on the sidelines.
Showtime at 7:30pm.
Limited seating available! Bring your chairs and/or blankets.
For more info & other show listings: www.TemescalStreetFlicks.org