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  • Columbia Teachers College

    525 West 120th Street
    Russell Hall Room 305
    New York City, NY (map)

    40.809643 -73.959900

  • The African Diaspora International Film Festival runs Nov. 25-Dec. 11 at various locations uptown Manhattan.

    Support independent Black Cinema and Check out the Festival at for more information and tickets.

    About ADIFF:

    The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) is proud of its 22-year history of firsts in presenting, interpreting and educating about films from throughout the world that depict the lives of people from Africa and the African Diaspora. The festival features world and US premieres, recent popular titles, classic movies, foreign and independent releases. Post-screening question-and-answer sessions and panel discussions that include filmmakers, critics, academics, and audiences present the most current discourse on filmmaking in Africa and the African Diaspora.

    ACTNOW FOUNDATION, INC- NEW VOICES IN BLACK CINEMA has been SUPPORTING independent film of the African diaspora since 2005.


    Twitter- @actnowfoundation

    138 S. Oxford Street

    Ste. 5C

    Brooklyn, NY 11217


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