(BPRW) THE AFRICAN DIASPORA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL GOES VIRTUAL THIS SUMMER!
(Black PR Wire) In these times of pandemic and deep reflection around the human experience of people of color, the African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) is curating a selection of films to be offered online in lieu of its Summer events in Chicago and Washington DC. ADIFF Chicago would have celebrated its 18th anniversary and ADIFF DC its 14th.
ADIFF Summer Virtual Festival is a FREE event presenting socially relevant and meaningful stories about people of color all over the world. With this first virtual edition, ADIFF offers a national event with 14 titles & conversations around the topics of African Cinema, women empowerment in the textile industry in Bangladesh, a conversation on the legacy of Ella Baker and a conversation with Kathryn Fashega, the director of the Nigerian romantic comedy with a strong social commentary 2 Weeks in Lagos.
Sign up to enjoy these award-winning Afrocentric and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) centered stories from New Zealand, Nigeria, Chile, the USA, Brazil, Senegal, the UK, Hungary, France and Bangladesh.
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