NY African Film Festival Resumes April 29th - May 1st at Maysles Cinema

by Jasmin
April 28, 2011 6:42 AM
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Doc Watchers presents the next leg of the 18th Annual New York African Film Festival, April 29 through May 1st at the Maysles Cinema. The event includes the US Premiere of Zimbabwe's Forgotten Children and Q&A's with Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Xoliswa Sithole after the 7:30pm screenings on the 29th and 30th.

The festival in its entirety is a month-long event, which kicked off April 2nd and so far has held screenings at MoMA, Lincoln Center, and Columbia University in New York.

For the full screening schedule, visit the NY African Film Festival website.

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  • Nadell | April 28, 2011 7:11 AMReply

    I think I need to relocate. To say I now reside in my state's capital, we sure are behind in events such as this.
    Checking the schedule, these films sound amazing!

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