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Capturing the ‘LA Rebellion’

6/6/2017, 3:04 p.m.
The NW Film Center series on black cinema continues at the Portland Art Museum.
A still from the 1977 film "Passing Through."

A jazz-sax player (Nathaniel Taylor) seeks his African roots with his grandfather (Clarence Muse) and fights record-industry mobsters in ‘Passing Through,’ a critical 1977 movie from a cycle of ‘LA Rebellion’ films produced at UCLA. The film will screen on Saturday, June 10 at 4:30 p.m. as part of a NW Film Center series on black cinema at the Portland Art Museum. For more information, visit nwfilm.org