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I’m sure many of you are aware from Tambay’s previous Post that the Images of Black Women Film Festival which re-starts (they had the first part of it in early March) tomorrow Friday 8th through April 10th in London, England but you may not have seen this year’s trailer for it (cut by the festival host herself Dami Akinnusi) so here it goes:
For those unaware, the Images of Black Women Film festival is the only UK festival in celebration of the global black experience with a focus on women’s talent and representation. With the current economic climate, this year Ibw did not receive its usual funding. but is still putting on the film festival personally funded by the founder Sylviane Rano.
The 7th Edition includes an eclectic mix of cinema incorporating foreign independent and classic films, such as I Will Follow & For Coloured Girls; a »
- Curtis the Media Man
News on the march… for our London-based readers! You’ll get to see Ava DuVernay’s critically acclaimed I Will Follow, and a film we’ve been excited about on this site since first hearing about it, the animated feature, Chico & Rita.
The full lineup below:
Telling Our Own Stories – Friday 8 April, 8:30pm – 10:30pm at Tricycle Cinema, Kilburn | £9.50
A different story recently released by a Us black film festival collective Affrm (The African American Film Festival Releasing Movement). This release is their first project + panel discussion
Filmmakers’ Forum – Saturday 9 April, 3:00pm – 5:00pm at Tricycle Cinema, Kilburn | £7/£5.50 cons
Miles of Styles presents a selection of four short-films with a focus on Destiny Ekaragha, a upcoming UK filmmaker + Panel discussion.
Tight Jean: by Destiny Ekaragha. Comedy 9min, UK, 2009
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