Traveling While Black By Roger Ross Williams Debuts At Liberty StationSee + Do This virtual reality film immerses the viewer in the long history of restriction of movement for black Americans
Traveling While Black, opening June 11 in Liberty Station. Traveling While Black, the documentary-style virtual reality film that immerses the viewer in the long history of restriction of movement for black Americans, debuts June 11 at Liberty Station.
Traveling While Black is directed by Academy Award winner Roger Ross Williams and produced by Emmy Award-winning Felix & Paul Studios. The film will be showing for one weekend only, Friday, June 11, through Sunday, June 13.
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Remember the past and learn from it
The film begins in the historic Ben’s Chili Bowl in Washington, DC with an intimate series of moments between several patrons reflecting on their experiences of restricted movement and race relations in the U.S. Confronting the way we understand and talk about race in America, Traveling While Black highlights the urgent need to not only remember the past but to learn from it, and facilitate a dialogue about the challenges minority travelers still face today.
Learn more about Traveling While Black here.
About the Virtual Reality Film Series
Through a partnership with the NTC Foundation, we will be bringing award-winning films to Liberty Station through the end of the year.
Tickets are limited, so book yours now before showtimes sell out. Your visit will last approximately 30 minutes.
See you there….and stay healthy, San Diego!