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That Daughter's Crazy - Film Screening with Rain Pryor in Person (Tickets also at Door)

Reeblack Inc.

Friday, July 24, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

That Daughter's Crazy - Film Screening with Rain Pryor...

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Adult (General Admission) Ended $10.00 $1.24
Student | Seniors Ended $8.00 $1.19
Members (Reelblack/Painted Bride) Ended $5.00 $1.12

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Event Details

Reelblack Presents, in collaborration with The Painted Bride Art Center host the Philadelphia premiere of the acclaimed documentary, THAT DAUGHTER'S CRAZY.  The film's subject RAIN PRYOR, and the film's producer, DARYL SLEDGE and SAM ADELMAN will be on hand for a DVD signing post film Q&A.

Screening will take place Friday July 24, 2015 7pm at the Painted Bride Art Center, 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106.  Tickets are $10/ adults, $8/ Students and Seniors and $5/ Reelblack and Painted Bride members.  Tickets may be purchased in advance through Eventbrite.  For questions/ group rates, contact Michael Dennis at 347-709-7288.


That Daughter's Crazy, directed by Elzbieta Szoka and produced by Paradox Smoke Productions, is a portrait of Rain Pryor, daughter to legendary comedian Richard Pryor. Rain grew up during an era when race, ethnicity and religion caused her constant internal and external conflict. The award-winning film unveils her vibrant and complicated life as a black Jewish girl, looking for self- identity and recognition in Hollywood, and as a woman coming to terms with the loss of her father, while learning to be a mother. That Daughter's Crazy takes scenes from Rain’s one-woman stage show and intertwines them with personal interviews and anecdotes from Rain, her grandmother Bunny, and her mother Shelley for an intimate depiction of life as one of Richard Pryor’s progenies.

Wanting to find a way to share her artistic talents despite the barriers in Hollywood, Rain says “I wasn’t black enough to be black, I’m not white enough to be white...unique wasn’t in yet.”

Ahead of her time in many ways, Rain knew she was different from an early age, and that fact only became more apparent as she grew older. In That Daughter's Crazy, viewers learn that Richard Pryor leaves the family home before Rain is a year old, while her mother struggles to make ends meet in the ‘middle class’ section of Beverly Hills. While growing up, Rain spends time at her father’s mansion and eventually moves in with him as a teenager. She shares his affections with an entourage of hookers and partygoers, but despite all this, she describes Richard as an involved and loving father. So, not only does the girl in the mirror with cocoa-colored skin and wild hair look different, she has a famous father with an extremely public lifestyle. Long before the age of social media in the 1980’s, Beverly Hills High is the gossip capital of the world. The school is crawling with the children of celebrities, so “inside” news travels fast and Rain is bullied and mocked relentlessly and regularly. She learns to adapt to the environment, capturing her father’s attention when she’s able, while navigating her mother’s growing hostility towards his indulgent way of life.

That Daughter's Crazy portraits Rain in present-day, forging her own way as an entertainer, sometimes emulating her father with stand-up comedy, but constantly aware of and avoiding the demons that have ultimately become part of her father’s legacy.

Have questions about That Daughter's Crazy - Film Screening with Rain Pryor in Person (Tickets also at Door)? Contact Reeblack Inc.

When & Where

Painted Bride Art Center
230 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Friday, July 24, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

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Reeblack Inc.

Reelblack is dedicated to creating and promoting “good movies ’bout Black Folks.”  We curate a monthly screening series, host TV and radio shows and are a founding partner in ARRAY, the national film distribution collective founded by Ava DuVernay.

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