In his first narrative feature film, director Rodney Evans presents a tale showing that the struggle between black politics and homosexuality is as pervasive today as it was 75 years ago. Perry (Anthony Mackie), a gay African-American art student struggling to find his place in the world, draws inspiration from an elderly luminary of the Harlem Renaissance and the ways in which the radical and openly gay artists of the 1930s fought convention and created their own vibrant community. Winner of a special jury prize at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. 2004, U.S., color/BW, 35mm, 94 minutes. Copresented by the Walker Art Center, GLBT Pride/Twin Cities Soul Essence, and the Minneapolis/St. Paul Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Film Festival. There will be a post-screening discussion with the filmmaker.