• By Paddison Memorial Branch
  • Posted Monday, February 11, 2019

"Negro Terror": A Film by John Rash

The Paddison Memorial Branch invites you to a Saturday Matinee featuring "Negro Terror", a film by John Rash. The film is a cinematic and musical portrait of a punk band's role in the vibrant and eclectic underground music community of Memphis, Tenn. A brief Q&A session with the filmmaker will follow. Recommended for ages 18 and up, the film has strong language and scenes.

Where:Paddison Memorial Branch
Date:Saturday, Feb. 16
Time:2 p.m.

"Negro Terror" is the winner of the Oxford Film Festival's "Best Music Documentary" award. The screening at Paddison Memorial Branch is the premiere debut screening in North Carolina.