THE HOUSE ON COCO ROAD – Full Frame Third Fridays, part of the Full Frame Road Show presented by PNC

THE HOUSE ON COCO ROAD comes to Durham for a one-night-only screening at the Full Frame Theater at the American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham! This event is part of Full Frame’s Third Friday Film Series, a program of the Full Frame Road Show presented by PNC. The film will show at the Full Frame Theater at the American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham.

Third Friday screenings are free and open to the public, but attendees must reserve a ticket via Eventbrite starting at 9am on the morning of the screening to attend. Seating is limited. There will be a last minute line at the venue to accommodate any last minute cancellations/no-shows.

Directed by Damani Baker
September 16, 2016 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:30pm)
Full Frame Theater
Free ticket required

In 1979, the Grenadian people carried out the first successful revolution in the English speaking Caribbean. The Revolution attracted workers from around the world, including director Damani Baker’s mother, who, in 1983, moved to the island with her young children from Oakland, California, to participate in the Revolution. Shortly after, the United States led a military invasion following the assassination of the popular young Grenadian Prime Minister, Maurice Bishop. Baker and his family hid under the bed for three days as bombs shook their new home, shattering the paradise they had discovered. Sixteen years later, in 1999, Baker returns to Grenada with his mother to begin work on a documentary film, searching for her story, one that felt not just untold, but unfinished. Using footage he shot, as well as a box of super 8 family footage uncovered in rural Louisiana in 2014, Baker unravels his mother’s path to activism.

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