BLACK. FEMALE. FIGHTING FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM.
MIAMI, June 6, 2023 (Newswire.com)
Locked Out, a Detroit-based documentary following Black women as they battle evictions, predatory lending, and modern-day redlining in America’s most segregated city, is set to screen at the 27th annual American Black Film Festival in Miami on Saturday, June 17, at 1:45 p.m. at the O Cinema South Beach. Produced by Saville Productions and directed by Oscar Nominee Kate Davis and Luchina Fisher, Locked Out intimately captures the impact of housing injustice while exposing the systems that prevent positive change.
“It’s easy to talk about the importance of equitable housing, but what’s too often missing from the conversation is the actual experiences of those on the ground,” said co-director Luchina Fisher, who received a 2022 GLAAD Media Award nomination for…