Betty Davis “They Say I’m Different” free documentary screening June 28 at WTMD

WTMD hosts a free screening -- and the Maryland premiere -- of the new documentary

WTMD hosts a free screening — and the Maryland premiere — of the new documentary “Betty – They Say I’m Different.”

WTMD is thrilled to host the Maryland premiere of “Betty – They Say I’m Different,” the amazing new documentary about the revolutionary funk pioneer Betty Davis.

 
**This is a free screening.**
 
In 1970s America, amidst a society in turmoil, one woman exploded onto the scene. Her attitude challenged and threatened established America. She married, transformed and left Miles Davis in a single year.
 
Betty Davis wrote and produced three albums and changed the landscape for women in music forever.
Then she disappeared — for 35 years.
 
Now, Betty Davis is finally ready to tell her story in the eye-opening new documentary “They Say I’m Different,” getting its Maryland premiere on Thursday June 28 at WTMD.
 
This a free screening, presented by the WTMD Film Series in partnership with Towson University’s Department of Electronic Media and Film.
 
Doors open at 7:30 and the movie starts at 8 on Thursday June 28 at 1 Olympic Place in Towson.
 
We’ll have popcorn and other refreshments.
By |2018-06-29T14:10:27+00:00June 15th, 2018|Categories: Baltimore Scene, Culture, Arts, and Community, WTMD News|