A note from Colin Roch to Eric Schachter

What impressed me most about this documentary is the appreciation of and contact/connection with the people of Harlem that can be felt. It’s a window into a community with a cohesion that is less common in white society. On the surface it is a film about gentrification, but it hints at/provokes reflection in my mind … Read more

A note from Neil Verma to Eric Schachter

I just wanted to say how amazingly impressed I am. It’s sensitive and important, even elegiac. It made me think a little of Agee and Evans’ Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. The photography and sound are both great. You captured something mournful about gentrification that’s quite hard to access and express. I wish you … Read more

Review from Indiewire

From Shadow and Act–on Cinemas of the African Diaspora. The  New York Premiere of the Evocative New Documentary ‘Harlem USA’ May 12th Check the site:  Indiewire

Announcing World Premiere, Harlem USA

We’re delighted to announce that Harlem USA has been chosen to play at the UFF in Brooklyn, New York on May 12, 2003.  Click on the UFF logo  for more information.  The address for Cobble Hill Cinemas is: 265 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231. (718) 596 4995 Subway F to Bergen Street; or G to … Read more