In Theatres: IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE

in my father'sComing to theatres tomorrow, Friday, October 9: IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE

Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg’s exploration of second chances and fatherhood had its world premiere at Tribeca this year. It has also screened at Nantucket, Bentonville, Nashville, Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, Monrtclair, and the upcoming New Orleans film fest.

I previously wrote about the film for Nantucket’s program, saying:
Looking to set down roots and start a family with his new wife, Grammy-winning hip hop musician Che “Rhymefest” Smith buys the childhood home of his estranged father, Brian, whom he hasn’t seen in two decades and presumes is dead. Che is surprised to learn that Brian is still alive and, cognizant of his own share of parental mistakes, he decides to seek him out. Che discovers the alcoholic living on the streets not far away and begins a tentative friendship that soon blossoms into the kind of familial relationship that both men crave – but also one that brings unexpected changes and complications. Filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg present a candid and sensitive exploration of African-American fatherhood across generations.

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