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    Bill Duke to Screen “Dark Girls” Documentary in Oakland

    Actor/Director/Producer Bill Duke and Writer/Producer/Director D. Channsin Berry join forces to bring a thought provoking piece on “Colorism” within the Black Community an issue very much alive today. This film delves into how women of a darker hue perceive themselves as well as the public perception of beauty and the emotional toll this bias has on those individuals. 

    Tickets On Sale NOW at The Paramount Theatre box office and all ticketmaster outlets and ticketmaster.com

    Anyone who has been made to feel less than, because of color, race, gender or class will be touch by this emotionally charged film with an underlying message of “Healing.”

    Immediately following the film Directors/Producers Bill Duke and D. Channsin Berry, will host a Q & A session with the audience, an opportunity for the attendees to ask questions creating a dialogue. 

    (Ticket information below)

    Paramount Theatre – Oakland, CA

    November 17, 2011 @ 7:30 pm


    Tickets:      $27.00

    VIP Tickets: $52.00*

    (includes box office service charge)


    *VIP Tickets include:

    Preferred Reserved Seating and Private Reception with the

    Directors Bill Duke and D. Channsin Berry before the screening from

    5:00pm – 6:30pm


    Make checks payable and mail to:

    Shelly Tatum Presents

    601 Van Ness Ave. #244

    San Francisco, CA 94102-3258 


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