Saturday, July 3, 2010

Monday, July 5: Miracle at St. Anna @ BAM

Miracle at St. Anna
Part of the BAMcinématek series Contraband Cinema

Mon, Jul 5 at 4:30pm
Directed by Spike Lee
With Laz Alonso, Derek Luke, Omar Benson Miller
(2008) 160min

"Lee overturns decades of Hollywood whitewashing to tell the story of the US Army’s all African-American Buffalo Soldier unit stranded in Tuscany during World War II. Featuring some of the most remarkable battle sequences in recent memory and Lee's signature, bold directorial touches, Miracle at St. Anna is an urgent corrective to a Hollywood that has long ignored the vital contributions made by black soldiers during World War II."

BAM Rose Cinemas
General Admission: $12
BAM Cinema Club members: $8

Info: BAM

1 comment:

  1. Keep telling that history:

    Read the novel, Rescue at Pine Ridge, "RaPR", where Buffalo Bill Cody meets a Buffalo Soldier. A great story of black military history...the first generation of Buffalo Soldiers.

    How do you keep a people down? ‘Never' let them 'know' their history.

    The 7th Cavalry got their butts in a sling again after the Little Big Horn Massacre, fourteen years later, the day after the Wounded Knee Massacre. If it wasn't for the 9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers, there would of been a second massacre of the 7th Cavalry.

    Read the novel, “Rescue at Pine Ridge”, 5 stars Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the youtube trailer commercial...and visit the website

    I know you’ll enjoy the novel. I wrote it from my mini-series movie of the same title, “RaPR” to keep my story alive. Hollywood has had a lot of strikes and doesn't like telling our stories...its been “his-story” of history all along…until now. The movie so far has attached, Bill Duke directing, Hill Harper, Glynn Turman, James Whitmore Jr. and a host of other major actors in which we are in talks with…see at;

    When you get a chance, also please visit our Alpha Wolf Production website at; and see our other productions, like Stagecoach Mary, the first Black Woman to deliver mail for Wells Fargo in Montana, in the 1890's, “spread the word”.