SPIKE LEE | USA | 1988 | 120 MIN | R | ENGLISH
Spike Lee drew upon his own experiences at Morehouse University for his second feature, which follows students over homecoming weekend at a fictional Atlanta HBCU, Mission College. Laurence Fishburne stars as Vaughn “Dap” Dunlap, a socially conscious anti-apartheid activist who comes into conflict with the leaders of the campus’s powerful Greek scene when his unpopular younger cousin decides to pledge a fraternity.
Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Spike Lee, Giancarlo Esposito, Tisha Campbell-Martin
This is a FREE Community Screening, in partnership with Lincoln University, the nation’s oldest Historically Black College and University.
SCHOOL DAZE will be preceded by short films:
HUSH is a short film written and produced by Philly native Harold Williams. It follows the journey of a young black man as he attempts to save his relationship by attending therapy, but struggles to face his childhood trauma.
Tyreece Powell is Lincoln University graduate and filmmaker. He tells the story of a Philadelphia homicide.
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