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Village East by Angelika
Friday, Nov 10, 2023 6:30 PM
After winning a British competition, Jamaican singer Dalton Harris discovers that a fickle music industry and a toxic past can derail his dreams. His battles with anxiety and homophobia offer a poignant reflection on resilience and self-acceptance.
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FF Admission General Admission - $20.00
FF Admission Senior - $18.00

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NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE Singer Dalton Harris, winner of The X-Factor in 2018, shares an emotional journey of self-acceptance against the backdrop of a fickle music industry. The film follows Harris over three years as he moves from Jamaica to London to capitalize on his newfound fame, while hiding his sexual identity and battling anxiety and depression. Dalton's story is a poignant reflection on the violence of homophobia and the possibility of personal growth. - Karen McMullen 

The first screening will be followed by a Q&A with co-director Franky M. Brown, producer Lorine Plagnol and executive producer Kevin Jennings.

All in-person screening venues provide sound amplification headphones upon request with venue management. IFC Center can also provide a T-Coil loop for compatible devices.

Film Details
Country:United Kingdom
Running Time:90
Jamaican Patois
Director:Kim Longinotto
Franky Murray Brown
Executive Producer:Kevin Jennings
Emma Hindley
Derren Lawford
Producer:Lorine Plagnol
Editor:Ollie Huddleston
Cinematographer:Franky Murray Brown
Kim Longinotto
Sales Agent:Dogwoof
Film Genres:Caribbean
Social Issues
Women Directors