Screenings / Clips
|New York City||
Sun Apr 1 The Healing Passage/Voices From The Water
screens at the Women In Front Of And Behind the Camera Film
Series at Teachers College, Columbia University. 2:00 p.m. The
full festival is Fri-Sun, 3/30 - 4/1 Info at 212/ 864-1760 and
The Documentary Channel®
(DOC) kicks off its "Black Documentary Cinema" showcase with
S. Pearl Sharp’s critically acclaimed The Healing Passage/Voices From the Water
Next screening: Sun Nov 25 6:00 p.m. (confirm time with local listings)Documentary Channel is primarily available through satellite’s DISH Network (Channel 197) and DIRECTV (Channel 267). Check local listing for additional broadcast dates for the film during 2011.
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|© 2004 S. Pearl Sharp / A Sharp Show|
"Beautiful and challenging…The finest accomplishment yet
from this noted poet-filmmaker”
-Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times"
|The Henry Hampton Award For Excellence In Documentary Filmmaking, Roxbury Film Festival|
“As a student of slavery and The
Middle Passage (Quilting The Black-Eyed Pea)
I treasure this film.”
|Blockbuster Video Audience Favorite Award, Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival|
"An awesome reminder that we have always been here and always
-Asa G. Hilliard, author, SBA:The Reawakening of The African Mind
|Jury Award and Audience Award, Best Documentary, Denver Pan African Film Festival|
lot to think about. I was profoundly moved.”
-Michael Slate, KPFK-FM, Los Angeles
Best Feature Directed by a Woman of Color, African Diaspora Film Festival
|"Sharp's film abandons
the economic and legalistic analyses
and provides answers in a language everyone can feel: art."
-Rod Watson, Buffalo News
|Spirit Award, Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival|
“An extraordinary piece of work . . .
relevant not only to
African Americans, but to the world.”
-Ulysses Jenkins, Filmmaker and Prof. of Film, Univ. of California, Irvine
|Best Documentary, Cine Noir Film Fest|
"Deeply engrossing . . ."
-Herb Boyd, The Black World Today