Check out G-Trification at the Harlem International Film Festival Today

You know that there is a lot of great art happening these days, but you should move something to check out the short entitled “G-trification” by Karra Duncan screening today at the Harlem International Film Festival. G-Trification takes on the issue of gentrification,  something all too common to those uptown, but takes it to another level by involving issues of race, morality and age to pull viewers into the complicated choices our community often has to make.

g-trification-300x212The short recently screened to rave reviews at the Pan African Film Festival, San Diego Black Film Festival and continues to make waves and ripples on its tour around the country. Let’s welcome Karra and G-Trification back uptown with some love. Check out the trailer here. It screens for free at 5:30pm at the Harlem School of the Arts (645 St. Nicholas @ 141st)

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