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    National Theatrical Roll-Out For "Louder Than A Bomb" Begins This Week

    The story goes... Every year, more than six hundred teenagers from over sixty Chicago area schools gather for the world’s largest youth poetry slam, a competition known as “Louder Than a Bomb." Founded in 2001, "Louder Than a Bomb" is a youth poetry slam built around teams, rather than emphasize ind...

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    Starting TONIGHT - MoMA Presents First Ever USA Retrospective Of Filmmaker Euzhan Palcy

    Time flies... the MoMA Euzhan Palcy retrospective I first told you about in March (though it feels like it was just yesterday) is here! In fact, it starts today/tonight, with a screening of her most recognized and prized work, Sugar Cane Alley (Rue Cases-Nègres, at 7PM.

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    Bringing The Cinema To The People - New Distribution Strategies For African Films In Africa

    If the people can't get to the theater, then what do you do? You bring the theater to the people. And if a penny can be made out of any idea, you know someone will find a way to make it so.

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    Black X: African Diaspora Experimental Film Series In NYC This Weekend

    Black experimental filmmakers and films don't get a lot of love it seems... I remember, several years ago, an African American college professor of mine, sharing a story to us during a lecture, about his entries into an experimental film showcase, and being met with a perplexed reception when the organizers and audiences realized that the filmmaker whose films they were watching, was black... because, for some reason, black filmmakers aren't expected to be working within the experimental genre. I'm not telling the story as well as he told it, because I can't remember all the details; but his version of it had a lot more weight than my 1 sente...

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    Screen Gems Wants You To See "Attack The Block" This Month Before Theatrical Release

    The image says it all I hope; the film doesn't have an official US release date, although it does have a distributor in Sony/Screen Gems. But you can see it this month, on the night of May 25th, if you leave in any of the above cities. You have to RSVP though, so CLICK HERE to do so.

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    Northwest Film Forum Screening "Come Back Africa" This Week

    If you live in the Seattle area of Washington, you still have time to view a presentation of filmmaker Lionel Rogosin's groundbreaking film Come Back Africa.

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    Ugandan Hip-Hop-As-A-Weapon Documentary "Bouncing Cats" Screenings TONIGHT In L.A.

    Screening TONIGHT at The Grammy Museum, in Los Angeles, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., 7:30pm. Admission is FREE; however RSVP required. (213) 765-6800.

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    Tonight In NYC - Screening Of "Bless Their Little Hearts" & Charles Burnett Critical Panel

    As part of MoMA's ongoing Charles Burnett retrospective, titled Charles Burnett: The Power to Endure, which ends on Monday, the 25th... this afternoon and tonight, if you are in New York City, instead of giving Tyler Perry your $13 for Madea's Big Happy Family, may I suggest you instead see Billy Wo...

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    Advance Screening Of "The First Grader" In Chicago With Star Naomie Harris Present

    We have profiled the UK film The First Grader several times previously on this site; it's being released theatrically in the U.S. next month.

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