Always in Season

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Showings

Capri Theater Sun, Apr 14 2:00 PM
St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Mon, Apr 22 5:15 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Guest Attending:Yes
Programs:New American Visions
Documentary
Documentary Competition
Women & Film
Spotlight: Disruption
Tags:Documentary
Human Rights
Social Justice
Culture & Society
Women Directors
Politics
Release Year:2018
Runtime:88 min
Awards:Sundance 2019 - Special Jury Award: Moral Urgency
Country/Region:USA
Language:English
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Cinetic
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wJQ1b-AUGI
Cast/Crew
Director:Jacqueline Olive
Executive Producer:Jim Butterworth
Daniel J. Chalfen
Geralyn Dreyfous
Sally Jo Fifer
Joan Platt
Lois Vossen
Patty Quillin
Regina K. Scully
Producer:Jessica Devaney
Cinematographer:Patrick Sheehan
S. Leo Chiang
Screenwriter:Jacqueline Olive
Don Bernier
Editor:Don Bernier
Composer:Osei Essed
Principal Cast:Danny Glover
Claudia Lacy
Pierre Lacy
Cassandra Greene
Heather Rattelade
Justin Jones
Sherrilyn Ifill
Dr. Rev. William J. Barber
Bryan Stevenson
Ashton Lyons
Jaylan Davis
A.J. Willis
Allen Smith
F.W. Newton
Allen Rogers
Doug Lacy
Curt Vincent
Michelle Brimhall
Rev. Gregory Taylor
Harry Singletary
Rufus Duckworth
Bobby Howard
Tyrone L. Brooks
Rev. Roger Malcom Hayes
Mike Cash

Description

Director Jacqueline Olive Attening 4/16

North Carolina. 2014. Claudia Lacy's beloved 17-year old son, Lennon, is found hanging from a swing set in rural Bladenboro. While officials deem Lennon's death a suicide, Claudia and her surrounding community are convinced Lennon was murdered, and she embarks on her own search for justice under the weight of the still present wounds of centuries of lynchings of African Americans. Blending a journalist approach with an unflinching examination of the history of lynching in America, director Jacqueline Olive has created a moving piece of documentary cinema that refuses to forget or obscure the past. Her interviews with the Lacy family and surrounding community are both haunting and revealing, as all are presented with the question of why Lennon, an all-star athlete who was found dead right before he was to play in his team's big game, would commit suicide.

Director Biography

Jacqueline Olive

Jacqueline Olive has worked in film and media production for over a decade, with Always In Season marking her full-length feature debut. She earned her MA at the University of Florida Documentary Institute.


Press

"Archival materials offer details of the gruesome past, and interviews and present-day reporting are nicely counterbalanced by moments of visual poetry that capture the lyrical aspects of rural Southern life — even as we suss out its less-than-sweet side" - Variety

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