The 2012 New York African Film Festival, presented under the banner 21st Century: The Homecoming is a two-month multi-venue event in New York City exploring notions of home and homeland through films and their protagonists.
As has been our tradition since the founding of the NYAFF, we continue to present the best in contemporary and classic African cinema, with the goal of challenging the audience’s preconceptions, erasing the limits between popular and high art, and placing genres such as melodrama, comedy and documentary at the center of the continent’s vibrant cinematographic production.
April 5, 2012: The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space
April 11-17 2012: Walter Reade Theater, Lincoln Center
April 19, 2012: Institute of African Studies, Columbia University
May 4 – May 6, 2012: Maysles Cinema
May 25 – 28, 2012: Rose Cinemas Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)
http://www.africanfilmny.org/2012/19th-ny-african-film-festival/

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The 2012 New York African Film Festival, presented under the banner 21st Century: The Homecoming is a two-month multi-venue event in New York City exploring notions of home and homeland through films and their protagonists.

As has been our tradition since the founding of the NYAFF, we continue to present the best in contemporary and classic African cinema, with the goal of challenging the audience’s preconceptions, erasing the limits between popular and high art, and placing genres such as melodrama, comedy and documentary at the center of the continent’s vibrant cinematographic production.

April 5, 2012: The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space

April 11-17 2012: Walter Reade Theater, Lincoln Center

April 19, 2012: Institute of African Studies, Columbia University

May 4 – May 6, 2012: Maysles Cinema

May 25 – 28, 2012: Rose Cinemas Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

http://www.africanfilmny.org/2012/19th-ny-african-film-festival/

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