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8th Annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival Lineup Unveiled!

by Tambay A. Obenson
April 20, 2011 3:18 AM
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News on the March... Introducing the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, now in its 8th year.

I don't believe we covered the Seattle, Washington-based last year, or the year before, so this might be a first! Shame on us :)

I received a press release, which contains everything to know about this year's lineup. However, once I settle in, I plan to go through it and highlight any titles we haven't previously talked about on this site.

But if you can't wait until then, feel free to head on over to the festival's website HERE.

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  • Kwesi Davis | April 21, 2011 9:59 AMReply

    The independently produced 3D animated film, 'Take Too Long', set in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina will screen at 7pm on May 2nd as part of the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival. (It will also screen in the Act Now Foundation's Short Film Collective on April 28th.) We pray for your support.
    www.TakeTooLong.FearNotFilms.com

  • jacqueline moscou | April 20, 2011 10:07 AMReply

    We are honored to be covered this year. Shadow and Act is the very best written and edited Black film blog. On behalf of myself, Artistic Director, Royal Alley-Barnes Executive Director, Curator Zola Mumford, Festival Coordinator, Karen Toering and many hard working volunteers,Thank you.

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