A movie date … with Michael B. Jordan? Yep! Well, kinda. The actor is the co-ambassador for the Social Justice Now Film Festival, alongside Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Opal Tometi, and they’re helping spread the word about the spotlight screenings for the forthcoming festival that everyone will be able to partake in. So, see … kinda like a date!
SJNFF has announced their virtual lineup of films, as well as a drive-in showing of “Fruitvale Station” and “Just Mercy”, both starring Michael Bae Jordan, in LA at Paramount’s Drive-In Theater, sponsored by Amazon Studios. The virtual film fest will run Oct. 21-25 on their website and include documentaries “40 Years a Prisoner,” “Us Kids,” and “SNCC” executive produced by Pharrell Williams and I AM Other., along with narrative feature “REEFA”.
The festival, created by Jeff and Nicole Friday, is being organized by the Film Life Foundation. In addition to the films listed above, showings will include a multitude of features, documentaries, new media selections, and more.
Head over to socialjusticenowfilmfestival.org to access festival details. All official selections and spotlight screenings will be available to stream for FREE on abffplay.com, a new digital platform, powered by Endeavor Streaming from October 21st to 25th, 2020. Tell Michael B. we sent you 🙂