NYS Entity Status
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APRIL 01, 2014
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - MIDDLE ISLAND RENTAL ASSOCIATES LLC
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- Friday Sep 15, 2017
In “Strong Island,” first-time documentarian Yance Ford invites the viewer into his mother’s kitchen to revisit the brief life and sudden death of his older brother, William, at age 24. The surviving Fords — mother Barbara, sister Lauren, and the filmmaker himself — tell William’s story through dozens of family photos, fondly revealed and framed for the camera by weathered hands. There’s William, the first-born child, born to African-American strivers who hoped to find a better life in the middle-class suburbs of Long Island than the ones they had in Charleston, South Carolina. There’s William again, this time in Lauren’s memory, telling his shy teenage little sister that she’s beautiful and she should never forget it.