Schedule

Killer of Sheep (January 19)
(1977, 83 min., b&w, 16mm)

Director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor: Charles Burnett; with Henry Sanders, Kaycee Moore, James Miles, Charles Bracy, Angela Burnett, Eugene Cherry, Jack Drummond.

My Brother's Wedding (January 26)
(1984, 116 min., color, 35mm)

Director, screenwriter, cinematographer, co-producer: Charles Burnett; with Everett Silas, Jessie Holmes, Gaye Shannon-Burnett, Ronnie Bell, Dennis Kemper, Sy Richardson, Frances Nealy.

To Sleep With Anger (February 9)
(1990, 102 min., color, 35mm)

Director, screenwriter: Charles Burnett; with Danny Glover, Paul Butler, Mary Alice, Richard Brooks, Carl Lumbly,Ethel Ayler.

The Glass Shield (February 16)
(1994, 110 min., color, 35mm)

Director, co-screenwriter: Charles Burnett; with Michael Boatman, Ice Cube, Lori Petty, Richard Anderson, Elliott Gould, Tommy Hicks, Michael Ironside, M. Emmet Walsh.

Nightjohn (February 23)
(1996, 92 min., color, 35mm)

Director: Charles Burnett; with Carl Lumbly, Allison Jones, Lorraine Toussaint, Beau Bridges, Monica Ford, Danny Nelson.


All screenings are on Tuesdays, 7pm, at the Texas Union Theatre (please note the venue change from the AFS flyers); admission is free.

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