A woman in Harlem embraces her pregnancy while she and her family struggle to prove her fiancé innocent of a crime.

Academy Award-winner Barry Jenkins (Moonlight) brings his highly anticipated next feature to the screen, an adaptation of James Baldwin’s stunning novel, If Beale Street Could Talk.  In early 1970s Harlem, Tish, a nineteen-year old girl, is in love with a young sculptor, Fonny, the father of her unborn child. When Fonny is falsely accused of rape and imprisoned, Tish and their families race to clear his name before the baby is born. A story about love persisting in the face of racial oppression and injustice, Jenkins brings together a talented young cast which includes Stephan James (Selma, Race) as Fonny and newcomer Kiki Layne as Tish.

FilmTalk: Sun 24 Mar – Followed by panel discussion with CUFF and Read & Sip Society

Oscar Winner – Best Supporting Actress. Nominated for another 1 Oscar.

Nominated for 2 BAFTAs

Golden Globe Winner – Best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture; nominated for 2 other categories

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If Beale Street Could Talk

24 Mar ‐ 27 Mar 2019

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