Documentary
John Lewis: Good Trouble
Thousands of protests. 45 arrests. 33 years in congress.
"Film Fest Drive-In" presents John Lewis: Good Trouble and social justice short films
Hosted by Mayerson JCC
John Lewis: Good Trouble
September 24, 8:30 PM EDT
Mayerson JCC
8485 Ridge Road , Cincinnati, OH, 45236
About the Screening
Enjoy the first of three nights of film this fall at the roving drive-in. This first event is a collaboration with Black Alphabet Cincy and Cincy Black Pride, Black Cincinnati Cinema Collective and the 48 Hour Film Project, Mayerson JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival, OutReels Cincinnati, and Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival, organized by LADD, with promotional support from Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center.
About the Movie
The timely biopic focuses on John Lewis’ longstanding prominence as a civil rights champion and his continuing crusade for racial and social equality. The documentary illuminates the 80-year-old Congressman’s life as it chronicles the moments on the extraordinary journey that have shaped his place in history and make him such a galvanizing figure today as protests circle the globe.
About the Space
Check in at the parking lot entrance. You will be directed to your parking location, first come first served. Guests welcome starting at 7:30 pm. One ticket per car. Concessions available for cash purchase. Restrooms available. We will be following all COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and Ohio Department of Health.
Mayerson JCC
8485 Ridge Road
Cincinnati, OH, 45236