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African Diaspora International Film Festival

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  1. blackpearl

    blackpearl oloju come and do

    May 28, 2006
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    In the next several days, we'll have a few more reviews of films scheduled to screen at the African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF), here in New York City, which kicks off its 2012 edition (also its 20th anniversary, a milestone year), this Friday, November 23rd, running through December 11th.

    In the meantime, a reminder that New Yorkers will be especially glad to know that the opening night film (THIS FRIDAY!) for this year's event will be Nigerian filmmaker Tony Abulu's cross-continental drama/thriller, Doctor Bello, a film S&A readers should already be familiar with, as we've been covering it since it began production earlier this year.

    The Nollywood/Hollywood collaboration stars Isaiah Washington, Vivica A. Fox, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Bern Cohen, Genevieve Nnaji (maybe the most internationally well-known Nollywood actress), Stephanie Okereke (also a well-known Nollywood actress) and Victor Browne.

    Shadow and Act
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