PUBLIC AWARD FOR THE BEST FILM DIRECTED BY A WOMAN OF COLOR
Followed by reading of
Rosalind Kilkenny McLymont
"From an award-winning international business journalist comes a lightning-paced tale of suspense and romance spun on three continents. Middle Ground heralds a new genre in African American fiction--the Diasporan novel, where the plot, principal characters and relationships between these characters are shaped by the multi-cultural, multi-ethnic nature of the new Black America."
Followed by a Catered Recption
Get ready for the holiday season!
Give the gift of Entertainment to your loved ones with DVDs of quality cinema from Africa and the African diaspora!
The African Diaspora International Film Festival is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that presents an eclectic mix of foreign, independent, classic and urban films representing the global Black experience through an extraordinary range of subjects and artistic approaches. Created in 1993, ADIFF has long been delighting audiences with U.S. and world premieres of independent films, including features, documentaries, animation, and shorts.
The 19th Annual New York African Diaspora International Film Festival is made possible thanks to the support of the following institutions and individuals: ArtMattan Productions; the Officeof the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, Teachers College, Columbia University; TV5 Monde; the New York City Council in the Arts; New York City Council Member Inez E. Dickens; Golden Krust, the French Cultural Services; The Consulate General of Switzerland in New York; The Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University; QuébecGovernment Office in New York; WNYC and public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.