Variety Reports: "Don't Be Nice" NY Premiere at Urbanworld

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Today's Variety Magazine reports that Don't Be Nice will have its New York Premiere at the 22nd Annual Urbanworld Film Festival. Don't Be Nice is one of four feature documentaries in competition.

“21 and Done” – Directed by Kiara C. Jones (World Premiere)
“Don’t Be Nice” – Directed by Max Powers (New York Premiere)
“Mr. Soul!” – Directed by Melissa Haizlip
“She Did That.” – Directed by Renae Bluitt
“The Pushouts” – Directed by Katie Galloway (New York Premiere)
Universal Pictures’ “Night School,” starring Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, will open the 22nd annual Urbanworld Film Festival.

Night School” is one of more than 60 films and TV shows being screened at the fest — an annual showcase of diverse culture — including the debut of the Fox show “Rel.” “Get Out’s” Lil Rel Howery stars in the series and will take part in a Q&A following the screening at New York City’s AMC Empire 25.

HBO will also screen two spotlight selections: first-time filmmaker Rudy Valdez’s “The Sentence,” a documentary about mandatory minimum sentencing, and Dyana Winkler and Tina Brown’s “United Skates,” a doc about some of America’s last standing roller rinks. 

Passes for the festival, which runs from Sept. 19 to Sept. 23, are available at the Urbanworld website, and tickets for official selections and spotlights will be available in September.

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