HOUSE ON COCO ROAD, THE

This touching documentary is an intimate portrait of activist and teacher Fannie Haughton, who moves her children from Oakland, CA, to participate in the Grenada Revolution in the 1970s only to find her family in harm's way after the U.S. military invasion in 1983. Haughton's son, filmmaker Damani Baker, blends compelling contemporary interviews (with Haughton herself and activist Angela Davis, among others) with illuminating archival footage to tell a story of liberation, resistance and self-determination that resonates today. Score by DC native Meshell Ndegeocello. DIR/SCR/PROD Damani Baker; SCR Eisa Davis, Jon Fine, Cameron Russell; PROD Danny Glover, Belvie Rooks. Grenada/U.S., 2016, color, 78 min. In English. NOT RATED

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78 Minutes
Documentary - history

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