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African American Women In Cinema 17th Annual Film Festival
November 19-22, 2014
Opening Night
New York Premiere
“Seasons of Love”

Taraji and Gladys
Bowtie Cinemas

6:00pm VIP Reception & Red Carpet

7:00pm Film Screening
Followed by a special question and answer segment with Film Director & Principal Cast

About “Seasons of Love”
Kyla (LeToya Luckett, Single Ladies) and Amir’s (Cleo Anthony, Divergent) new romance is thrown for a loop when Amir’s father (Richard Portnow) suddenly passes away and Kyla’s ex, Miles (Rob Riley, Hit the Floor), comes back into the picture. The two struggle to determine what truly matters to them in this story of life, love and family. Taraji P. Henson stars and executive produces, while Gladys Knight, Ana Isabelle, and Cliff “Method Man” Smith also star.

Princess Photo
Director: Princess Monique (The Call, Seasons of Love)



Barbara De Laleu – (Radio Personality/Producer/Entrepreneur)

Barbara De Laleu – The ace of entertainment & pop culture. Ms. Delaleu is a blogger, entrepreneur, a new radio personality better known as Roxie Digital of the new Radio 103.9 NY, and morning show producer and member of the La Invasion Mananera morning show team at La Invasora 1600 AM NY.

With a history of leadership in the radio industry, community service, academia and not-for-profit organizations, Barbara is definitely a contender in the ever- growing entertainment industry.

Barbara shares her voiceover talents internationally and locally with radio stations in Buenos Aires Argentina and Holland-Amsterdam to BET Networks, Black Enterprise Magazine, WBLS, WLIB, WBLI, Radio 103.9 NY, Aetna, American Impact Media, Sports Illustrated and interviewed some of top names in entertainment and music today.

To find out more about Ms. De Laleu aka Roxie, please visit The Beautiful Stranger http://www.msdelaleu.com or radio1039ny.com



Admittance by Invitation or Festival All Access Pass Holders. To Purchase the Festival All Access Pass click here

This year the Festival will feature premiere film screenings, educational keynote panels and the International Day presented by UNESCO NYS and African Women for Good Governance!

17th AAWIC Film Festival