Out of Omaha
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
OUT OF OMAHA is an intimate portrait of twin brothers Darcell and Darrell Trotter, two young black men coming of age in the racially and economically-divided Midwestern town of Omaha, Nebraska. Director Clay Tweel (Gleason) met the Trotters when they were seventeen and filmed them over a period of eight years. Their journey to adulthood illustrates how hope survives in the face of poverty, violence, and sacrifice. OUT OF OMAHA connects us deeply to its heroes and their struggle – and through that connection, compels us to address the endemic racism that plagues America today. Executive produced by J. Cole. Previously showcased in DOC NYC.
Winner – Audience Award, DOC NYC 2018
Screening as part of the Spring 2019 season of Pure Nonfiction. A Season Pass, good for all Spring 2019 films (Apr 9 – May 28) is available for $110 for general admission, and $90 for IFC Center Members, here.
- Country USA
- Running Time 92 minutes
- Distributor Powershausen
- Director Clay Tweel
- Writer Clay Tweel, Damien Michael Belliveau, Tim Grant, Ryan Johnston, Steven Klein
- Editor Clay Tweel, Bridget Arnet, Imran Virani
- Cinematographer Clay Tweel, Tim Grant, Isiah Donte Lee
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