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Sundays at the Triple Nickel
13-minutes
On Edgecombe Avenue in Sugar Hill, Harlem, Marjorie Eliot is making sure her apartment building’s iconic jazz legacy lives on. Marjorie and her son have been hosting jazz concerts in her apartment every Sunday for the past 26 years, a pursuit of overcoming grief through music. This film tells the story of the woman behind the piano, and how Marjorie’s generous vision came to be and the life it has taken on since, as she leaves behind her own legacy.
Screening day / Geo-Restriction
  • Tuesday, Nov 17: US Only

Sundays at the Triple Nickel

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Running Time
Short Film
13 minutes
Genres
Documentary, Short

Sundays at the Triple Nickel

On Edgecombe Avenue in Sugar Hill, Harlem, Marjorie Eliot is making sure her apartment building’s iconic jazz legacy lives on. Marjorie and her son have been hosting jazz concerts in her apartment every Sunday for the past 26 years, a pursuit of overcoming grief through music. This film tells the story of the woman behind the piano, and how Marjorie’s generous vision came to be and the life it has taken on since, as she leaves behind her own legacy.

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Festival screenings
Year(s) screened
  • 2020
Screening day / Geo-Restriction
  • Tuesday, Nov 17: US Only
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