Pahokee, a feature-length documentary following four teens from Pahokee High School navigating the rite-of-passage rituals of their senior year, is making its local premiere after months of touring the prestige festival circuit. Pahokee was met with glowing reviews and standing ovations at iconic film festivals like Sundance and SXSW, and now will screen before the Pahokee community that inspired and brought the story to life. At the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center on Tuesday, May 14 at 7pm, community members and film industry professionals alike are welcome to join in a special screening with the filmmakers and subjects of the documentary along with their families and friends. “After traveling with these teens across the country for film festivals, this event is another chance for us to honor the people that have allowed us into their lives along with the Pahokee community at large,” said filmmakers Ivete Lucas and Patrick Bresnan. All proceeds will benefit the Glades Initiative (gladesinitiative.org). See more at pahokeefilm.com.