A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from August 16, 2006
African Diaspora Film Festival & African Diaspora Summer Film Series

The African Diaspora Film Festival began in 1993. Anthology Film Archives is the host in November 2006.
In August 2006, Riverside Church presented the First Annual African Diaspora Summer Film Series.
African Diaspora Summer Film Series
Artmattan Productions and
The Theatre Of The Riverside Church

All screenings at The Riverside Theatre
91 Claremont Ave. at 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
Tel: 212 870 6784
African Diaspora Film Festival
November 24 to December 10, 2006
Submission deadline for NYC ADFF 2006
August 31, 2006 for feature length fiction films;
June 30, 2006 for shorts and documentaries.
Send your VHS tape/DVD, promotional package and contact information to:
African Diaspora Film Festival
535 Cathedral Parkway, Suite 14B
New York, NY 10025
African Diaspora Film Festival
The ADFF was created in November, 1993 by the husband and wife team of Reinaldo Barroso-Spech & Diarah N’Daw-Spech on the belief that education is power. He is an educator in foreign languages and Black Literature and she a financial consultant and university budget manager. They are of the reality that film is the truest medium for creating a fertile ground for education. The future of our communities of color is directly tied to the expansion of our experiences, the depth and breadth of our reach and interaction with other communities and the framework from which our talent can stand front and center. Our vision is to see an informed and talented community coming together to exchange ideas and strategies for improving our respective worlds. Welcome to our future.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFilm Festivals • Wednesday, August 16, 2006 • Permalink

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