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Poster for Sing Sing

Sing Sing

Opens on June 7

Run Time: 107 min.

FREE EVENT thanks to our friends at A24!

Doors 6:30 p.m.; Film 7 p.m.

CCAP with Closed Captioning Devices Available.
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ON SCREEN: Sing Sing

2024. Directed by Greg Kwedar. Runtime: 107 minutes. Rated R.

Divine G (Colman Domingo), imprisoned at Sing Sing for a crime he didn’t commit, finds purpose by acting in a theatre group alongside other incarcerated men, including wary newcomer (Clarence Maclin), in this stirring true story of resilience, humanity, and the transformative power of art, starring an unforgettable ensemble cast of formerly incarcerated actors.


Greg Kwedar’s mission is to tell stories of human connection in impossible places.

Greg’s debut as a feature director was with Transpecos, a thriller set within the United States Border Patrol. It premiered in competition at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival where it won the Audience Award. Transpecos was acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films for theatrical release. He is also known for producing Rising from Ashes, a documentary about the first Rwandan National Cycling Team and their six-year journey to the Olympic Games in London. Executive produced and narrated by Forest Whitaker, Rising from Ashes had its world premiere at the Hamptons International Film Festival and went on to 16 additional festival wins. Greg was a co-producer on Ghost Fleet, a documentary about slavery in the Thai fishing industry which had its world premiere at the 2018 Telluride Film Festival and international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Greg was a producer on Running with Beto, a documentary following Beto O’Rourke’s against-all-odds campaign for Senate that premiered at SXSW 2019, winning the Audience Award and released by HBO. His latest film as co-writer/producer, Jockey, premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Dramatic Competition where it won the Special Jury Award for Best Actor and was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics for theatrical release. It has gone on to play at TIFF, AFI, and over 30 other film festivals around the world. The film was nominated for the Indie Spirit Awards for best male lead and the John Cassavetes Award. Greg has spoken to thousands of students across the country and sat on panels about his work at esteemed venues such as SXSW, UNESCO, and the United Nations. 

Sing Sing, his sophomore feature as a director, premiered at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival in the Special Presentations program where it was acquired by A24 for a theatrical release.

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