The Cinema Arts Centre continues to provide online programming during our necessary shutdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections and protect our community. While we cannot physically be together right now, it remains vital to our mission to keep our community connections strong and provide independent film and cultural programming in the virtual setting.

 

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THE LAST TREE

June 26 - July 9

THE LAST TREE

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There will also be a two Q&A’s with director Shola Amoo on July 1st and July 7th. Sign up to either Q&A here. 

Directed by Shola Amoo, THE LAST TREE is the semi-autobiographical story of Femi (as a child played by newcomer Tai Golding), a British boy of Nigerian heritage who, after being fostered in rural Lincolnshire, moves to inner-city London to live with his birth mother. In his teens, Femi (Sam Adewunmi) is struggling with the culture and values of his new environment. Femi must decide which path to adulthood he wants to take, and what it means to be a young black man in London during the early 00s.

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Start:
June 26
End:
July 9

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Note: Regarding Member Benefits, such as free tickets and reduced price tickets, as each of the film distributors have just one online platform for the entire nation, we are unable to offer member pricing or member ticket benefits at this time. Right now we’re happy to have an opportunity to offer new movies to our audience, even if it’s far from perfect. Your membership will be extended by however many days we are closed due to the pandemic. You will not lose any value on your membership.