“This is a movie about a superhero who doesn’t wear a cape, but wears a suit and tie,” actor Josh Gad told students of the film about the first African-American U.S. Supreme Court justice.
Dakar brought several students from our media academy to the screening and Q&A that was hosted by REVOLT Tv . We got a chance to speak to one of the panelist, correspondent Amrit Singh who expressed his POV about this films potential reach, and the prospects of this film being part of course curriculum in schools. We agree and want cinema to go beyond the surface of great bio pics, and to help students draw their own conclusions and share their points-of-view through tools such as immersive reality on where we are today in race relations, diversity and inclusion and stewardship.
— Marshall Movie (@MarshallMovie) September 1, 2017
We attended one of 12 special screenings across the nation produced by Bazen Ed. on Monday, October 2nd @ Compton High School that included panelist, Director/Producer Reginald Hudlin, actors Chadwick Boseman (42, Get On Up, Black Panther), Josh Gad (Frozen, Beauty & The Beast), Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us), producer/composer Marcus Miller, and Compton Unified School District Superintendent Darin Brawley. Special guest moderator was actor/musician will.i.am. Click here to register and download the curriculum
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Join the @detroitalphas for their special screening of MARSHALL. The motion picture inspired by Alpha Brother and Civil Rights Icon Thurgood Marshall Thursday, October 12, 2017 AMC JOHN R 32289 John R Road Madison Heights, MI 48071. For tickets go to Marshallmovie.eventbrite.com. #marshallthemovie #detroitalphas #screening #akalpo
— Reginald Hudlin (@reghud) October 4, 2017