Cinema Du Reel


Filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson will be  will be honored at the 41st annual Cinéma du réel International Film Festival, held at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Everson’s retrospective will consists of 7 feature-length films, 2 short-film screenings and an installation. He will also have a masterclass at the Centre Pompidou. 

Three Black Fire films will be screened during the festival: How Can I Ever Be Late, Black Bis Stop, and Fastest Man in the State. Co-directed by Everson and Claudrena Harold, these films draw inspiration from the black student experience at the University of Virginia.

This Week: World Premiere of Black Bus Stop at 2019 International Film Festival Rotterdam!


Black Bus Stop will have its world premiere at the 2019 International Film Festival Rotterdam. It has been nominated for the Ammodo Tiger Short Awards. Co-directed by Kevin Everson and Claudrena Harold, this film pays tribute to the Black Bus Stop, an informal yet iconic gathering spot for black students on the campus of the University of Virginia. 

The screening times are:

Thu 24 Jan 20:00 – 21:50 KINO                        

Fri 25 Jan 12:00 – 13:50 KINO 1

Mon 28 Jan 20:00 – 21:50 Cinerama 2