Film: Cincinnati Goddamn

The Mini Microcinema presents the local premiere of Cincinnati Goddamn, a film by April Martin and Paul Hill.

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'Cincinnati Goddamn'

The Mini Microcinema presents the local premiere of Cincinnati Goddamn, a film by April Martin and Paul Hill. The feature-length documentary sheds light on police brutality, institutional and anti-black racism and grassroots activism in Cincinnati. The film focuses on the deaths of Roger Owensby Jr. and Timothy Thomas at the hands of Cincinnati police as told through news reports, first-person accounts and cinema verité footage. The film also creates a platform to discuss the relationship between black men and the police, the judicial system and the struggle of surviving family members.


6 p.m. doors; 7 p.m. screening Tuesday. Free; donations welcome. The Woodward Theater, 1404 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, mini-cinema.org.



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