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Seen Photo Gallery: Black Cinema Cafe

The Detroit premiere of “The Scroll: Evidence of Life Unseen” took place at the Charles H. Wright Museum

Photos by Jack Riley and Mary Jane Nowak

“The Scroll: Evidence of Life Unseen” is a new film that showcases personal stories of some of the most renowned Black spiritual leaders in the country. Directed and produced by Parrish Smith, it was one of the top films screened at the American Black Film Festival. The Detroit premiere was held at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, where Fifth Third Bank is a presenting sponsor of Black Cinema Café.

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