African American Women in Cinema announces new, historical partnership with Pavillon Afriques at the Marche du Film, Cannes Film Festival, July 6-15, 2021.
Filmmaker, Tonia Grady speaks on her Historic screening at the Cannes Film Festival through African American Women In Cinema partnership with Pavillon Afriques.
Filmmaker Amber Monet expresses her great joy about her film being included in this years line up at the March du Film via Pavillon Afriques in partnership with the African American Women In Cinema.
Daylight Supreme aka Dimas Salaberrios talks about his dream coming true by his film participating in the upcoming Cannes Film Festival via the March du Film through partnership with the Pavillon Afriques and African American Women In Cinema.
Ambassador SuJay Cook announces her film at the Cannes Film Festival through the partnership with Pavillon Afriques and African American Women In Cinema.
Terence Gordon announces his film screening time at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival through partnership with the Pavillon Afriques and African American Women In Cinema
Executive Producer Robin Williams Sr. announces his film screening date at the Cannes film festival via the Pavillon Afriques and African America Women In Cinema partnership.
Film: The Legendary Marion Williams
Synopsis: Marion Williams was an American Gospel Icon whose charismatic sound and unique “whaling” vocal techniques earned her international fame in the United States, Europe, and Africa.
Film: What's in a Name: The Versace Story
Synopsis: In this documentary film, the Alfredo Versace story is one of much intrigue. A man raised from humble beginnings, builds a life of fortune, to have it all taken away; stripped of his name, fortune, and friends.
Film: For the Love of Diggs
Synopsis: 'For The Love of Diggs' documentary is a love story at its core about one man who changed the game for the kids in his hood.
Film: A Different Way
Synopsis: A Different Way, is a short documentary about Rev. Dr. Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook, the New York Police Department’s first female chaplain. While chaplain, the tragic events of 9/11 happened.
Film: James Hemings: America's Ghost in the Kitchen
Synopsis: “James Hemings: Ghost in America’s Kitchen” explores the life, contributions and erasure of the culinary founding father, James Hemings .James Hemings is the reason that French fries, macaroni and cheese, firm ice cream and many other food classics disseminated from the slave kitchen at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello plantation.
Film: "Chicago: America's Hidden War "
Synopsis: Chicago America’s Hidden War pulls back the curtain to expose the pervasive genocidal-like behavior, explain what birthed and contributed to this war and why so little is done to stop it, and ultimately inspires a clear path toward change. It’s time for us all to unite and take a stand, because this is no longer America’s Hidden War. This is Our War.
Pavillon Afriques is a space devoted to cinema from Africa and its diaspora within the Marché du Film of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. Pavillon Afriques is dedicated to the promotion of the African movie industry in all its aspects so it becomes an integral part of its development. You can visit the website for more of the Cannes Film Festival activities.
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