From June through September, The Prince George’s African-American Museum & Cultural Center (PGAAMCC) will host the “Summer Saturdays” Film Festival. The four month screening series will highlight a different filmmaker rooted in the D.C.-metro area. In addition to the film screening, each event will also feature vendors, food, drinks and a filmmaker Q&A. Proceeds of the event will support the work of the PGAAMCC as well as nearby ECO City Farms.
July’s film is a romantic comedy set in D.C., directed by Harold Jackson III, a D.C.-area based filmmaker who also teaches screenwriting at Bowie State University. Grab tickets here.
See the recap from the June screening below. Featured filmmaker Amberly Alene was on hand to screen her film “Hermanas en Ruedas.”