ARRAY Presents: Burning Cane (November 8 – November 14)
ARRAY Presents: Burning Cane (November 8 – November 14)

Directed by the youngest director to ever have a film in competition at Tribeca Film Festival, BURNING CANE tells the story of a deeply religious woman’s struggle to reconcile her convictions of faith with the love she has for her alcoholic son and a troubled preacher. Set in rural Louisiana, the film explores the relationships within a southern black protestant community, examining the roots of toxic masculinity, how manhood is defined and the dichotomous role of religion within the black community.


Critic Quotes: “Resonates with the sound of thunder and the energy of a lightning bolt.” – Big Easy Magazine

“Would be a noteworthy debut even from a director twice Youmans’ age.” – Hollywood Reporter



Runtime: 78 minutes

Year: 2019

Rating: UR

Director: Phillip Youmans

Country: USA

Languages: English



Friday, November 8 12:40 6:20

Saturday, November 9 12:30 6:20

Sunday, November 10 11:00am 2:55

Monday, November 4 3:05 8:55

Tuesday, November 12 1:00 4:55

Wednesday, November 13 11:00am 7:05

Thursday, November 14 3:05 8:55