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Aero Theatre | Part of the BARRY JENKINS’ THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD series
Attendees with RSVPs will be admitted on a first come, first served basis until the theatre reaches capacity.
Home / Now Showing / THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD CHAPTERS 7&8
Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Colson Whitehead, THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD chronicles Cora Randall’s (newcomer Thuso Mbedu) desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum South. Academy Award® winner Barry Jenkins (MOONLIGHT) serves as showrunner and directs all ten episodes of the limited series. Join us for a free screening of these two episodes:
Chapter 7: Fanny Briggs (2021, Amazon Studios, 20 min, Dir: Barry Jenkins)
Let the fire burn.
Chapter 8: Indiana Autumn (2021, Amazon Studios, 66 min, Dir: Barry Jenkins)
Royal brings Cora to Valentine Farm, a thriving Black community and vineyard on the bountiful Indiana frontier. Carrying the scars of her journey, Cora struggles to find peace in this new home.
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