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New Voices in Black Cinema Festival at BAM

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New Voices in Black Cinema Festival at BAM

In the world of arts, culture and entertainment the creative landscape is filled with an abundance of new promising works of art. Dreamers bring to life tales of far away lands, struggles of local inhabitants and messages connecting us all. To experience a cluster of shared life moments in a short span of time, one only needs to purchase a ticket to an Indie Film Festival where lines get crossed and experiences are shared.

ActNow’s New Voices in Black Cinema Film Festival in its third year running brings indie filmmakers from around the nation and the Diaspora to Brooklyn’s B.A.M. The festival takes place on Friday Feb. 15 through Monday Feb. 18, 2013.

The New Voices in Black Cinema Festival at BAM, you can expect to see talented filmmakers, actors and production teams networking with all who attends this mosaic event.  HarlemTalkRadio.com and a host of journalists were invited on a media conference call by Shabazz Communications to interview the festival curator Curtis Caesar John of New Voices in Black Cinema, Stic. Man of Dead Prez in the cultural documentary of FunkJazz Kafé: Diary Of A Decade, actress Yaya Alafia of The Kids Are All Right and poet actor Saul Williams of AUJOURD'HUI (TEY) ActNowProduction.org/film-festival/

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