The historic Guild Theater is an urban center for performing arts and cinema. The Guild is managed by St. Hope, a nonprofit community development corporation whose mission is to revitalize inner-city communities through public education, civic leadership, economic development, and the arts.
2828 35th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
FOOD SHORTS: PAPAYA + ALOHA SOUL FOOD + MORKOVCHA (KOREAN CARROT SALAD)
FEATURED SHORTS: REPARATIONS
An encore presentation of REPARATIONS (direc. by Jon Osaki) explores Black and Asian Solidarity, and the four-century struggle to seek repair and atonement for slavery in the United States. In Osaki’s 30-minute documentary, Black and Asian Americans reflect on the legacy of slavery, the inequities that persist, and the critical role that solidarity between communities has in acknowledging and addressing systemic racism in America.
PANEL DISCUSSION: BLACK AND ASIAN SOLIDARITY AND MOVEMENT BUILDING
Chris Lodgson, lead organizer with the Coalition for a Just and Equitable California and American Redress Coalition of California moderates a special panel discussion on Black and Asian Solidarity and Movement building.
Panelists include community activists Stevante Clark, Bobby Dalton Roy, Kim Mims, and Nghia X Nguyen.
SHORTS CHALLENGE AWARDS
Using film as a medium for social change and dialogue, new and emerging filmmakers will be celebrated, as 2022 SAPFF Short Film Competition winners walk away from cash prizes for successfully addressing one of the following themes:
*Black and Asian Solidarity
*Anti-Blackness in Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities
*Anti-Asian Hate and Violence