DuBois, PA – Are you a history buff? Just love films? Come to the screening of “The Black Guides of Mammoth Cave” today at 7:30 p.m. at the Reitz Theater in DuBois.

The film tells the true story of five generations of a black family who have worked as guides at Mammoth Cave in Kentucky.

Listen to the full interview with Ed Frank, co-producer of “The Black Guides of Mammoth Cave”, and James Neiger, president of NAFCO.

The cost is $5 and goes towards NAFCO, the Northern Appalachian Film Collective, which strives to bring more filmmaking to our area.

James Neiger, president of NAFCO, says it’ll be an ongoing project, with a new film each month until April.

Another film screening will take place on April 20 with a showing of Reefer Madness, a propaganda film from 1936.

Learn more at the NAFCO website or the NAFCO Facebook page.

Black Guides of Mammoth Cave NAFCO film screening

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