Virtually Free – September 2020 Screenings




Shine Global’s latest film, Virtually Free, Directed by André Robert Lee, is premiering at festivals (Virtually) this fall and the screenings include opportunities for filmmaker Q&As and panels.

Virtually Free is a 40-minute documentary about unlikely allies in Richmond, VA who partner to transform the juvenile justice system and stop mass incarceration.

Arts Education Partnership Annual Convening 
LIVE Panel Discussion
September 11, 2020 at 11am ET

The Arts Education Partnership at Education Commission of the States has crafted an interactive program that will explore the latest research, innovative practices and emerging policy approaches to support an excellent arts education for all learners, especially those who have been historically marginalized by systemic racism and inequalities.
Join this conversation between the film’s producer, director and teaching artists to learn more about how this film can be used to inspire juvenile justice reform.
This virtual conference is free to attend! For Registration CLICK HERE

Richmond International Film Festival
September 11, 2020, 4pm ET at the Byrd Theater, Richmond, VA

Q&A with director André Robert Lee

(Tickets and Info CLICK HERE )


DC Black Film Festival
September 14-20, 2020

Playing with four other short films

(Tickets and info CLICK HERE)