The Kentlands Film Society invites you to an @Home event. Relax in the comfort of your home and watch the celebrated indie film, The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Chat with your neighbors about it at our Critics’ Corner on Zoom. This virtual critics’ corner will be held at 5:00 PM, Sunday, July 26th and is available to everyone, free of charge. To let us know you would like a Zoom link to this event, please follow this link
If you are interested in participating in this conversation on July 26th,please watch The Last Black Man in San Francisco in advance. Free viewing options include Prime Video and Kanopy, a streaming service available through the Montgomery County Public Library system. You can also get the movie on Netflix DVD. If you have questions after watching The Last Black Man in San Francisco, write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your input will be the starting point for the live, moderated discussion that will take place on July 26th.
The Last Man in San Francisco is a poignant and beautifully filmed story of one man’s attempt to reclaim his grandfather’s Victorian home in the heart of San Francisco. Joined in this quest by his best friend, Mont, he aims to reconnect with his family and reconstruct the community he longs for. This is a story of hometowns and how they’re made and kept alive by the people who love them.