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‘Black Nation’ doc receives Canadian premiere

Open Door Co.'s feature doc Black Nation will have its Canadian film festival premiere in Toronto on October 4 as part of the M.U.C.K. Film Festival and Forum. M.U.C.K., which stands for Movies of Un-Common Knowledge, will host Black Nation, which takes a look at black manhood in the U.S. from Swedish filmmaker Mats Hjelm. The filmmaker will be in attendance.
September 24, 2009

Open Door Co.’s feature doc Black Nation will have its Canadian film festival premiere in Toronto on October 4 as part of the M.U.C.K. Film Festival and Forum. M.U.C.K., which stands for Movies of Un-Common Knowledge, will host Black Nation, which takes a look at black manhood in the U.S. from Swedish filmmaker Mats Hjelm. The filmmaker will be in attendance.

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