Tonight! Friday, September 24 at 7:00 PM
The Jungle (1967, 22 min.)
Production Guided by Harold Haskins, Directed by Charlie “Brown” Davis, David “Bat” Williams, Jimmy “Country” Robinson.
A documentary about a group of African-American teens in 1967 Philadelphia. The teenagers filmed the documentary on their life in the 12th and Oxford Street gang.
Join Scribe, tonight, to see the screening of The Jungle, which is called an American “Treasure” by the Library of Congress selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry and a celebration of production facilitator Harold Haskins, filmmaker and long time member of the Dean’s Office at the University of Pennsylvania.
Following The Jungle, enjoy youth-produced works by the Big Picture Alliance, the Village of Arts & Humanities, YES Philly and Scribe.
For more information go to http://www.scribe.org/events/jungle
We hope you can make it!