JC Hall is a social worker in the South Bronx who has been given the opportunity to create a music studio in the old storage room of a “second chance” high school. When one of the students who helped him build the studio is murdered in front of the school, JC and his after-school program decide to hold a show in the student’s honor. The film follows the group for over a year as they prepare for the show, all while processing their grief, overcoming individual obstacles and working toward graduating high school in a district where 49% of kids live below the poverty line.
Kyle Morrison (Director) will participate in a Q&A following each screening.
See the Film
Fri Oct 26In Person at Bow Tie Cinemas
11940 Market St., Reston, VA 201906:00 pm
Sat Oct 27In Person at Bow Tie Cinemas
11940 Market St., Reston, VA 2019012:30 pm