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Super Cinema @Central

February's theme is African American Musicians in Film in honor of African American History Month. On February 28, we'll show Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll (1987 / 120 min.) This engaging documentary contains interviews with Chuck Berry, his family, and other musicians, including Eric Clapton and John Lennon, as well as footage from Berry’s 60th birthday commemoration concerts.

This free event takes place in the 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room.

Super Cinema @Central

February's theme is African American Musicians in Film in honor of African American History Month. On February 21, we'll show Cadillac Records (2008 / 109 min.) Loosely based on the lives of record producer Leonard Chess and African American artists such as Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry, this drama boasts a strong ensemble cast, including Beyoncé as Etta James.

This free event takes place in the 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room.

Super Cinema @Central

February's theme is African American Musicians in Film in honor of African American History Month.  On February 7, we'll show A Great Day in Harlem (1994 / 60 min.) In 1958, 60 of New York’s best jazz musicians posed for a now-famous photograph. With footage from the event combined with  interviews conducted for this documentary, the director achieves a strong sense of time, place and milieu.

This free event takes place in the 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room

Super Cinema @Central

February's theme is African American Musicians in Film in honor of African American History Month.  On February 7, we'll show Stormy Weather (1943 / 77 min.) This standout musical features 20 pop and jazz songs from greats like Lena Horne, Cab Calloway, and Fats Waller, plus dancing from Bill “Bojangles” Robinson and the Nicholas Brothers.

This free event takes place in the 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room

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