"In My Father's House" Documentary About Che "Rhymefest" Smith and His Story of Reuniting with His Homeless Father‏

Award-Winning Documentary In My Father’s House from Emmy-Nominated Filmmakers Ricki Stern & Annie Sundberg Opens in Theaters Nationwide October 9 
Acclaimed film about hip-hop artist Che “Rhymefest” Smith – co-writer of the 2015 Oscar winning song “Glory” from the motion picture Selma and 2005 Grammy winner for the song “Jesus Walks” with Kanye West – and his deeply personal story about fatherhood and redemption
In My Father’s House will open nationwide in theaters in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa, Washington, DC and Atlanta
With In My Father’s House set for theatrical release, Rhymefest is currently featuring in Kenneth Cole's Fall 2015 advertising campaign, “The Courageous Class”. View his campaign film and images now at KennethCole.com.
WORLD PREMIERE - Tribeca Film Festival 2015
WINNER - Best Documentary at Bentonville Film Festival 2015
WINNER - Southwest Airlines Audience Award Overall Winner at Nashville Film Festival 2015
WINNER - Southwest Airlines Audience Award in the Documentary Competition at Nashville Film Festival 2015
WINNER - Honorable Mention in Best Original Song Competition at Nashville Film Festival 2015, for “Found You,” written and performed by Rhymefest
Distributor: Arc Entertainment
The Film: Che “Rhymefest” Smith, award winning hip-hop artist and writer – co-writer of the 2015 Oscar winning song "Glory" and 2005 Grammy winner “Jesus Walks” with Kanye West – is the subject of the critically acclaimed documentary film about fatherhood and personal redemption. The film debuted in April at the Tribeca Film Festival in the World Documentary Feature Competition. The film tells the story of the career rise, fall and potential artistic return of Che Smith as it chronicles his sincere but often-fraught journey to build a future for his own family by reconnecting with his traumatic past. The film provides intimate access to this complex hip-hop artist at a time of both personal and professional redemption.
The Filmmakers: IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE is directed by Emmy, Gotham and Independent Spirit Awards nominated filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg(THE DEVIL CAME ON HORSEBACK, THE TRIALS OF DARRYL HUNT, JOAN RIVERS: A PIECE OF WORK, KNUCKLEBALL! and more)
Synopsis: Set against the crumbling landscape of Chicago’s battered south side, IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE is a yearlong journey from homelessness and alcoholism to self-discovery and redemption as Grammy-winning rapper Che “Rhymefest” Smith reunites with his homeless father in a quest to reclaim his neighborhood and discover his true self as a father and son.
Che, a co-writer on the 2015 Academy Award-winning and Golden Globe-winning song “Glory” from the motion picture “Selma” (Best Picture Oscar nominee), is also known for his insightful anthems "Jesus Walks" and "Bullet" and has long found inspiration in issues facing the African-American community, including the growing crisis of fatherlessness and gang violence.
Himself a child of a broken home, Che hasn't seen his father, Brian, in over 25 years, and presumes him dead. But after buying his father's childhood home, Che sets out to find him and learns that his father is now a homeless alcoholic living only several blocks away. Determined to rehabilitate him - and forge a new legacy for his own young family - Che soon realizes Brian may not be ready to take on the responsibilities asked of him.
 
IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE OPENS ON OCTOBER 9 
AT THE FOLLOWING THEATERS NATIONWIDE
ATLANTA – AMC Southlake 24
BOSTON – AMC Boston Common 19
CHICAGO – AMC River East 21DALLAS – AMC Firewheel 18
DENVER – AMC Westminster Promenade 24
HOUSTON – AMC Studio 30 Houston
KANSAS CITY – AMC Town Center 20
LOS ANGELES – AMC Burbank 8
MIAMI – AMC Sunset 24
MINNEAPOLIS – AMC Southdale 16
NEW YORK CITY – AMC Empire 25
NEW YORK – AMC Palisades 21
ORLANDO – AMC Disney 24
PHOENIX – AMC Deer Valley 17
PITTSBURGH – AMC Waterfront 22
SAN DIEGO – AMC Fashion Valley 18
SAN FRANCISCO – AMC Metreon 16
SEATTLE – AMC Alderwood 16
TAMPA – AMC Veterans 24
WASHINGTON, DC – AMC Hoffman 22
MORE INFO
The filmmakers, Che “Rhymefest” Smith, and a coalition of partner organizations will launch the #ShareYourTruth social impact campaign surrounding the theatrical release of the film. The initiative encourages audiences to share their own stories, struggles, and triumphs, much like Che, as a means to spark conversation, empower individuals, and unite communities nationwide. Stay informed by signing up at www.InMyFathersHouseFilm.com and join in by sharing your truth on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr and tagging it with the hashtag #ShareYourTruth.
Official Movie Website & Trailer:
http://www.inmyfathershousefilm.com
Social Media Sites:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/inmyfathershousefilm
Twitter: @IMFHfilm
Instagram: @InMyFathersHousefilm
CREDITS
Directors: Ricki Stern, Annie Sundberg
Screenwriters: Ricki Stern, Annie Sundberg, Pax Wassermann
Producers: Ricki Stern, Annie Sundberg, Charles Miller
Editors: Pax Wassermann, Tim K. Smith
Co-Producer: Jameka Autry
Cinematographer: Charles Miller
Composer: Paul Brill
Cast: Che "Rhymefest" Smith, Brian Tillman, Donnie Smith
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