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As part of #HCAF16, the Houston Museum of African American Culture will host renowned “L.A. Rebellion” independent filmmaker Billy Woodberry and his landmark 1983 film "Bless Their Little Hearts", a bleak yet poignant film that depicts the struggle of a family as it copes with unemployment, desperation, and tremendous adversity set against the backdrop of Los Angeles in the early 1980s. The Billy Woodberry Retrospective will continue at Sundance Cinemas Houston with his first new film in decades, "And When I Die, I Won't Stay Dead (And When I Die, I Won't Stay Dead - Bob Kaufman, Poet). Check out the trailer!
#HCAF16 is included in this week's IndieWire Film Festival Roundup! Check out the link to read about Jackie and other films in our Festival program.
We can't wait to share our full program lineup on October 25!