Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back, Presented in Partnership with Out Montclair 50+

$20* Regular
*Includes a donation to Out Montclair

Genre

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Release Year

2020

Director

John Carluccio

Producer

John Carluccio, Tracy E. Hopkins

Country

USA

Runtime

92 min

One Day Only!
February 20 at 4:00 pm!

MAURICE HINES: BRING THEM BACK is a portrait of the charismatic song-and-dance man Maurice Hines, following him from his tap-dancing childhood to today. Maurice and friends—Chita Rivera, Mercedes Ellington and Debbie Allen—tell tales from his seven-decade career, including Broadway shows, a co-starring role in Francis Ford Coppola’s THE COTTON CLUB and his loving yet complex relationship with his superstar brother, the late Gregory Hines. Ever battling the challenges of being a gay, black man in show biz, Maurice shares his story with humor and grace.

Pre-Show includes a brief discussion on LBGTQ+ aging.

Q&A with director/producer John Carluccio and writer/producer Tracy E. Hopkins to follow the film. 

All ticket holders are invited to a reception at Montclair Film’s Cinema505 (505 Bloomfield Ave.) immediately following the Q&A. 

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