NYC Premiere: Fear of a Black Republican - May 15
FEAR OF A BLACK REPUBLICAN holds NEW YORK CITY premiere ON MAy 15TH Documentary Looks At Lack of Black Republicans in Two-Party System
Trenton, NJ -Shamrock Stine Productions, LLC has announced that its first documentary feature film, FEAR OF A BLACK REPUBLICAN, will have its "New York City Premiere" on Wednesday, May 15th at 6:00 pm at the Women's National Republican Club, 3 West 51st Street, New York, NY. This special Screening will be followed by a Q&A session with the film's Director, Kevin J. Williams and Producer, Tamara E. Williams. The event is open to the public and tickets for non-Women's National Republican Club (WNRC) members are $25.00. Light fare will be served. For more event information, please call (212).582.5454. The movie trailers for the non-partisan FEAR OF A BLACK REPUBLICAN can be viewed on the film's website www.fearofablackrepublican.com and on YouTube.
Director Kevin J. Williams said, "Our experiences as Republicans in an urban area were the impetus and inspiration for making our film. Tamara and I cannot be happier about finally premiering in New York City and we are honored to be screening at the Women's National Republican Club and to partner with such a great and historic organization. We expect to draw a cross-section of people from both sides of the aisle and with the results of the Presidential Election still fresh, this should be a very interesting and fun evening for the Audience." Producer Tamara E. Williams stated, "As our film has such strong female story-threads with the segment on Catherine Davis' Congressional run and former Governor Christine Todd Whitman's scenes in our film, we could think of no more appropriate place to screen than at the WRNC which was founded by suffragists in 1921."
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