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    Wil Sylvince-Created NBC-Sponsored ShortCuts Film Festival In NYC, Aug 20, 21, In LA 8/22

    In the world of film, we usually are familiar with those in front of the cameras. Yet, how well are we acquainted with the producers? Screenwriters? Directors? How do they all come together and work on a project? How do they financially build and promote these projects? When the project is completed...

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    NY In The Movies 1967–75 At MoMI Review: Gritty, Dark Heist Drama 'Across 110th Street'

    NY In The Movies 1967–75 At MoMI Review: Gritty, Dark Heist Drama 'Across 110th Street'

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    Hey NYC - 'Big Screen Screening Of 'Superfly' w/ Sheila Frazier In Person, Tomorrow, Fri, 8/14

    While you wait for Tony Award winner Bill T. Jones (Fela!) to bring his musical adaptation of Superfly to the Broadway stage, if you're in NYC this weekend, and you've never seen the movie on the big screen, here's your chance - tomorrow, Friday, August 16, 7pm, at the Museum of the Moving Image, ho...

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    Vintage In Windhoek. AfricAvenir brings 1st Week of Classic Egyptian Films, August 12-17

    To celebrate Egypt's rich cinema heritage AfricAvenir, in partnership with the Egyptian Embassy, the Egyptian Film Centre, AfriCine, and the Goethe-Centre Windhoek, with financial support of Pharaoh's Lounge Windhoek, will dedicate a full week of screenings to Classic Egyptian films, in Windhoek, Na...

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    Black Radical Imagination Screening Series Moves To Houston This Week, 8/9-10

    Filmmaker and programmer in residence Amir George of Chicago's Black Cinema House, and Los Angeles based curator Erin Christovale, are jointly presenting a screening of short films they call Black Radical Imagination, this week in Houston.

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    BAMcinématek Presents: Cinema Of The Civil Rights Movement, 40 films, 8/13-28

    Living in Brooklyn, a stone's throw away from BAM, their ongoing, varied screening series events are usually quite a treat, whenever I'm able to attend. Browsing through the below press release, this one definitely has my attention.

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    'Diamantes Negros' ('Black Diamonds') - Euro-Africa Soccer Player Trade As Modern-Day Slavery

    This is story that's been tackled primarily in documentaries - a few we've covered in the last 2 to 3 years, as it seems like there's growing interest in the plight of these young men.

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    Dramedy 'A Swingin' Trio' Trailer + NYC Screening Date (Love, Music, Betrayal, New Beginnings)

    Dramedy 'A Swingin' Trio' Trailer + NYC Screening Date (Love, Music, Betrayal, New Beginnings)

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    US Release Trailer + Dates For 'Fire In The Blood' (On Blocking Aids Drugs From Reaching Africa)

    It made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this year, competing in the World Cinema Documentary category, and it now has an official USA theatrical release date, courtesy of International Film Circuit (the distributor of other topical, socially-relevant docs like The Waiting Room,...

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    Preview - 'Riot From Wrong' Looks Deeper Into 2011 UK Riots (Trailer + Screenings)

    For our readers in the UK (although I think this is a doc that should interest us all), Genesis Cinema in London will host an exclusive screening of Riot From Wrong, which will be followed by a Q&A session!

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