Read what Atlanta audiences have been saying about, “1912:Voces para un Silencio/1912: Breaking the Silence”
“This afternoon while at work I was surfing the web and came across the Herstory Indie Film Fest, ‘1912: Voces para un Silencio/ 1912: Breaking the Silence’ and the Cinnamon Traveler website. I saw the Eventbrite link and just bought a ticket, it’s Wednesday night, why not!” – Black Box Theater, Southwest Arts Center, Wednesday, 3/27/13.
“Just heard an interview on Atlanta’s WRFG station on Sista Rah’s program with Sista Gloria Rolando and went to the website to buy tickets for this Saturday 3/30/13 screening of “1912” at Southwest Arts Center.” –WRFG radio audience 3/27/13.
“I never listen to WRFG, but I heard the Radio Diaspora interview on Saturday and made sure that I came to see Chapter 3.” – Cosby Auditorium, Spelman College, Monday, 3/25/13.
“Yes we drove from Macon, GA. We wanted to make sure that we support what you are doing.” – Cosby Auditorium, Spelman College, Monday, 3/25/13. “Not to miss these historical films, I was in a class…the images and information were so rich. Check the site www.cinnamontraveler.com for more details.” –Facebook, Sunday, 3/24/13.
“She is so down to earth.” “I thought that there would be a translator, but it was not necessary, her English is great!” “Love the series, it’s Black, it’s woman, it’s international.” – Auburn Avenue Research Library, Saturday, 3/23/13.
And over the entire course of the series, several people have mentioned and asked, “Love the music. Is there a film score for sale?”
Oh we totally agree, the music was powerful! Well discussions have begun to identify the details necessary to successfully produce the film score. Promise, we will keep you updated.