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In Person Festival returns January 25-29, 2023 

Unearth The Historic and Purposeful Integration of A Maryland Community

#DBFF22 Screening + Conversation: Documentary Feature Finding Fellowship
We invite you to watch “Finding Fellowship ” On Demand at your leisure beginning January 27th @12:00 am CST until the end of the festival on Sunday, February 6th at 11:59pm. Join us also on Sunday, January 30th @ 4:15pm CST  for a Live Stream Conversation & Q & A with the Director Jason Green, Co-Producer Dr. Kisha Davis, and special guest Rev. Dr. Gerard Green, Jr.  A live chat feature is available. Be sure and check out the bonus short films “From the Soul [WIP]”, and ”Sweet Soul” in this screening block. You’ll be glad you did. All will be available until the end of the festival on Sunday, February 6th at 11:59pm CST.
Synopsis
“We haven’t been this divided since 1968.” Unfortunately, this has become a common refrain. This film goes back in time to 1968, an unmistakably divided time of student protest and racial unrest, to share the remarkable story of three racially segregated churches coming together in the wake of Martin Luther King’s assassination. Their decision to merge will surprise you. Their dedication to stay together will inspire you. This is a story of the possible that reminds us that even in dark, divided times, the opportunity and responsibility to come together — heart to heart and hand to hand — rests within each of us.
CONVERSATION:

Host: Daisy Best – Film Programming Team 

Guests: Jason Green (Director)Dr. Kisha Davis (Co-Producer, Sister of Director) and Reverend Dr. Gerard Green Jr (District Superintendent for the Greater Washington Region of the United Methodist Church and Chairman of the Pleasant View Historic Association (Director & Co-Producer’s Father) 

 

Community Partners:

Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF)

 

 

 

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Jason Green (Director) @jg1732 | @findingfellowship

Bio: Jason Green directed and co-produced Finding Fellowship and co-founded SkillSmart a technology company located in Maryland.  A sixth generation descendant of the Quince Orchard community of Gaithersburg, Maryland, Jason graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and earned his law degree from Yale Law School.  

 

 

 

Dr. Kisha Davis (Co-Producer) @drkishadavis

Bio: Dr. Kisha Davis is co-producer of Finding Fellowship film and is Vice President for Health Equity at Adelade.  A sixth generation descendant of the Quince Orchard community of Gaithersburg, Maryland, she received her B.S. from Duke University and M.D. from University of Connecticut

 

 

 

Rev. Dr. Gerard Green Jr. (Director & Co-Producer’s Father)

Bio: Rev. Dr. Gerard Green is District Superintendent for the Greater Washington Region of the United Methodist Church and  Chairman of the Pleasant View Historic Association.  A fifth generation descendant of the Quince Orchard community of Gaithersburg, Maryland, he graduated from Mount Union College in OH and earned his doctorate from Loyola College.

 

 

 

 

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