THE RED CARPET WORLD PREMIERE OF
"DEAR DADDY: A MESSAGE TO OUR FATHERS"
Thursday, October 27th at 8:00pm
THE HISTORIC AVALON THEATRE
5612 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20015-2607
Dear Daddy is a feature length documentary about the life long effects of fatherlessness on women. The film follows the dramatic journeys of eight young women from the tough city streets of Washington,DC as they struggle to overcome poverty, poor educational systems, no healthcare, and the most difficult life circumstance they have been dealt... the absence of their fathers.
Dear Daddy is not only about the struggles to survive and navigate as a young woman of color, but at its core, it’s about the importance of a father's role in the lives of their daughters.
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
The fifth feature film from Social Activist Janks Morton presented by iYAGO Entertainment Group™
Jonetta Rose Barras, Jasmine Bowden and Landy Thompson
Produced, Directed and Scripted By:
Original Title Song by
SPEECH (of Arrested Development)
Please join us Thursday, October 27th for a transformational evening at Washington DC's historic Avalon Theater for the Red Carpet Premiere of the film "Dear Daddy: A Message to our Fathers" Show starts promptly at 8:00pm with a one-hour community based discussion following.
Make your reservations early as we expect a capacity crowd for this groundbreaking event.
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If you are unable to attend the film premiere, the DVD is available exclusively at AMAZON here:
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