If Beale Street Could Talk


Directed By: Barry Jenkins

2018 / English / 119 min

Jenkins once again shows why he is emerging as one of America’s most important filmmakers in this tender adaptation of a James Baldwin novel about a young African-American couple struggling for justice and love in early 1970s New York City. Oscar nominated for Best Picture and Best Screenplay.

For a preview of this film, listen to Fall 2019, episode 11 of the IC podcast, “From the Booth.”

IMDB Movie Page: www.imdb.com/title/tt7125860/

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Screened Semesters:

  • 2019 Fall