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  • Circus Without Borders

  • Sunday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 1pm Circus Without Borders (70m, U S A)  dir. by Susan Gray CIRCUS WITHOUT BORDERS is an enlightening tale of two circus troupes from opposite ends of the globe who converge to realize a common dream. Using circus arts as a means of self-expression and cultural exchange, the two circuses -- Artcirq in the Canadian Arctic and Kalabante in West Afr[...]
  • Four-Way Stop

  • Sunday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 3:40pm Four-Way Stop - Submitted by: Efi da Silva Four-Way Stop is an independent feature-length film about an inner-city teenage boy who is striving to create a better life for his drug addict father and unsupportive mother. This story takes you into the life of someone you think you know based off of surface encounters and stereotypes and present[...]
  • 1440 and Counting

  • Saturday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 2pm 1440 and Counting  by Tony Gapastione A burned-out, retiring teacher is confronted by a desperate man from her past. She’s packing up her classroom and her life, but when she discovers one of her beloved students is in great danger, her life turns upside down within minutes. Project Website Project Facebook Director: Tony G[...]
  • Zola

  • Saturday. 2nd Act. 4:15pm Zola by Sanelle Sibanda Zola, a poor boy in a remote village of Africa is devastated when his father leaves to work in South African mines. The situation gets worse when his mother dies of AIDS. Zola is forced to live with his uncle, a mean, poorest subsistence farmer, a man who lives alone and drinks too much. Zola's life takes a dramatic turn, one full of [...]
  • Point of Pride

  • Point of Pride (26m, U S A) sub. by Dimitri Moore Point of Pride: The People's View of Bayview/Hunter's Point, a documentary film about the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood. Point of Pride combines archival footage from the 1950's 60's and 70's with present-day viewpoints and reactions to these images from the past to create a compelling portrait of a community marked by struggle and fuel[...]
  • FOUR CORNERS

  • Dir. by Ian Gabriel Thirteen year old Ricardo Galam is fatherless and raised by his grandmother. He lives in South Africa's Cape Flats, a unique and volatile sub culture dominated by two Number gangs, the 26 and 28. Ricardo's future as a chess prodigy is threatened by his growing interest in the 26 whose local leader is grooming him as a potential member. Unknown to Ricardo, the father he's[...]
  • MCNA

  • Maison de la Culture Noire Americaine (MCNA) is the premier information portal for the cosmopolitan African American/African Diaspora experience in Paris—past, present and future—and in France as a whole. It is a soul-stirring, multifaceted, and collaborative cultural arts (and service) center which provides a conduit for anyone interested in exploring and connecting with the African Diaspora [...]