Sugarcoated Arsenic, We Demand, and How Can I Ever Be Late screen at Brazil’s Frontiera Film Festival on April 18th. The IV Fronteira Festival takes place between the 12th and 21st of April in Goiânia, Goiás. The event is produced by BarrocaFilmes and sponsored by the State Fund for Art and Culture of Goiás.http://www.fronteirafestival.com/pt/mostra/mostra-especial-experimentos-da-diaspora-africana
How Can I Ever Be Late, co-directed by Kevin Jerome Everson and Claudrena Harold, will screen at the International Film Festival Rotterdam on Jan. 25th and 27th. It will be a part of the Pan African Cinema Today program. How Can I Ever Be Late takes the tarmac arrival of the music group Sly and the Family Stone as a point of departure: African-American students at the University of Virginia greet the band at the Charlottesville airport in 1973.