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Black Roots Cinema Club – 3rd Cycle
Cinema Première – 3rd Cycle – Open Your Eyes ! Two New Orleans Premieres with the Directors Lovinsa Kavuma & Louise Hogarth At The Prytania

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Black Roots Cinema Club of the New Orléans Afrikan Film and Arts Festival
present
Lovinsa Kavuma & Louise Hogarth

at The Prytania
Thursday September 4, 7pm




Dear Friend,

Due to the impending hurricane and disruption of everyday life next week, we are postponing the screenings of Lovinsa Kavuma’s Kintu and Rape for Who I Am and Louise Hogarth’s Angels in the Dust.

Rather than September 4, we plan to host the filmmakers and screen these wonderful films on October 2 (The Prytania) and 3 (The Porch/7th Ward Neighborhood Center).

We will confirm the dates and hope to see you at The Prytania, 7pm, October 2.

We hope that the City and you and your families will be safe through the next days.


Joseph Gaye Ramaka
Festival Director
New Orléans Afrikan Film and Arts Festival



Opening
Molto Chamber Orchestra
Director Dr. Jean Montès

Dr. Jean Montès will lead the Molto ensemble in a performance celebrating President Nelson Mandela. Molto is a chamber orchestra of eclectic professional and semi-professional musicians committed to bringing audiences into the experience of making quality and one-of-a-kind live performances. Embracing a fusion of compositions from baroque to contemporary, from jazz to world music, Molto strives to offer a fresh and unique experience of uncompromising artistry. An accomplished conductor, performer, and educator, Dr. Jean Montès is passionate about challenging and stimulating audiences and musicians alike. He seves as Director of Orchestral Studies and Coordinator of Strings at Loyola University in New Orleans, Artistic Director of the Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra (GNOYO), and frequently travels across the US, to his native Haiti, and beyond in his work with young musicians.
http://www.jeanmontes.com/


For more information, call Nola at 504-202-6459

The Prytania
5339 Prytania, New Orleans, LA 70115
http://www.theprytania.com/


Eileen Julien

English

Black Roots Cinema Club of the New Orléans Afrikan Film and Arts Festival
presents
Lovinsa Kavuma & Louise Hogarth
At The Prytania
Thursday September 4, 7pm




Dear Friend,

Due to the impending hurricane and disruption of everyday life next week, we are postponing the screenings of Lovinsa Kavuma’s Kintu and Rape for Who I Am and Louise Hogarth’s Angels in the Dust.

Rather than September 4, we plan to host the filmmakers and screen these wonderful films on October 2 (The Prytania) and 3 (The Porch/7th Ward Neighborhood Center).

We will confirm the dates and hope to see you at The Prytania, 7pm, October 2.

We hope that the City and you and your families will be safe through the next days.

Joseph Gaye Ramaka
Festival Director
New Orléans Afrikan Film and Arts Festival



Opening
Molto Chamber Orchestra
Director Dr. Jean Montès

Dr. Jean Montès will lead the Molto ensemble in a performance celebrating President Nelson Mandela. Molto is a chamber orchestra of eclectic professional and semi-professional musicians committed to bringing audiences into the experience of making quality and one-of-a-kind live performances. Embracing a fusion of compositions from baroque to contemporary, from jazz to world music, Molto strives to offer a fresh and unique experience of uncompromising artistry. An accomplished conductor, performer, and educator, Dr. Jean Montès is passionate about challenging and stimulating audiences and musicians alike. He seves as Director of Orchestral Studies and Coordinator of Strings at Loyola University in New Orleans, Artistic Director of the Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra (GNOYO), and frequently travels across the US, to his native Haiti, and beyond in his work with young musicians.
http://www.jeanmontes.com/


For more information, call Nola at 504-202-6459

The Prytania
5339 Prytania, New Orleans, LA 70115
http://www.theprytania.com/