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Documentary Film Romeo is Bleeding Premiere

California Humanities Supported Film Romeo is Bleeding’s Film Festival Debut!

Congratulations to Cal Humanities-supported film Romeo is Bleeding on its world premiere last night at El Cerrito High School as part of the San Francisco International Film Festival.

Romeo is Bleeding follows poet Donté Clark and his efforts to heal a community reeling from violence so constant and deep no one can recall when it started. With the help of teacher/mentor Molly Raynor, Clark collaborates with youth at RAW (Richmond Artists With) Talent to adapt Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet to modern-day Richmond, CA.

For information on upcoming screenings, check HERE. 

Romeo is Bleeding was supported by Cal Humanities through the California Documentary Project.

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