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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

16th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival

Every year the Annual African Diaspora Film Festival, brings an exciting line-up of international and local films that depict the global black experience - and more.

Some of this year's highlight include:Giancarlo Esposito's directorial debut, Gospel Hill, a movie that takes us to Julia a small town in the south where racial tension still dictate people's interactions. Starring Angela Bassett, Danny Glover, Nia Long and Giancarlo Esposito.The End of poverty, a very insightful documentary that explores the Whys and Hows of poverty in our capitalist society.The Black List Vol.One a beautiful documentary by photographer Timothy Greenfield Sanders that presents prominent African Americans in a new light.and Angels can't help but laugh with multi talented actress Terri Vaughn. Angels can't help but laugh takes an intense and revealing look at the life African American women in the movie industry.
The festival takes place Nov 28th- Dec 14th
Click here for a full schedule of the upcoming festival

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