Dinner & A Movie: American Faust: from Condi to Neo Condi

October 6th, 2010  |  Published in Dinner & a Movie, Events

condi1 Dinner & A Movie: American Faust: from Condi to Neo Condi The Color of Film Collaborative and the Haley House Bakery Cafe’s Dinner and a Movie (DAAM) will be held on October 22, 2010 with a screening of American Faust: from Condi to Neo Condi. Directed by British filmmaker Sebastian Doggart, this powerful documentary examines Condoleeza Rice’s controversial tenure as Secretary of State: from her upbringing in civil rights-era Birmingham to her close relationship with President Bush in the White House.

Doors open at 5:30 dinner at 6 and movie at 7:30; menu TBA. Tickets are $25/person.
Contact robin@coloroffilm.com for more information.

Official Website: http://www.americanfaust.com/

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