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New York African Film Festival (Nyaff) 2011
18ème édition

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African Film Festival, Inc. and Film Society of Lincoln Center present the 18th edition of the New York African Film Festival! A multi-venue, two-month celebration of African arts and culture, taking place from April 2nd through May 31st, 2011, the festival will feature a gallery exhibition, fashion show, panel discussions, Q&As with directors and actors, live performances, and of course, the best in contemporary cinema from Africa and the Diaspora.

The 2011 18th annual New York African Film Festival, in collaboration with Film Society of Lincoln Center, will take place from April 6th through the 12th at the Walter Reade Theater of Lincoln Center and conclude at Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Rose Cinemas, from May 26th through May 31st, 2011.

April 2nd 2011:

Museum of Art and Design

April 6th – April 12th 2011:

Walter Reade Theater, Lincoln Center

April 14th 2011:

Institute of African Studies, Columbia University

April 29th – May 1st 2011:

Maysles Cinema

May 20th 2011:

Big Screen Project -Outdoor Cinema

May26th – 31st 2011:

Rose Cinemas, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)





Visit africanfilmny.org for more information



To purchase tickets, visit filmlinc.com





For more information on our programming, please contact us by phone or email or check our social networking sites:

Facebook African Film Festival, Inc
for in-depth information on films, including photos…

Twitter @AfricanFilmFest
for up-to-the-minute updates during the festival…

Youtube AfricanFilmFest
for teasers and previews from this year’s film selection!

Also, check out our updated homepage
www.africanfilmny.org
for schedule information, synopses and more details on what’s to come!

For almost twenty years, African Film Festival, Inc. (AFF) has bridged the divide between post-colonial Africa and the American public through the medium of film. AFF’s unique place in the international arts community is distinguished not only by leadership in festival management but a comprehensive approach to the advocacy of African film and culture. AFF established the New York African Film Festival (NYAFF) in 1993 with The Film Society of Lincoln Center. The New York African Film Festival is presented annually at the Walter Reade Theater by African Film Festival, Inc. and the Film Society of Lincoln Center, in association with Brooklyn Academy of Music. AFF also produces a series of local, national, and international programs throughout the year.



African Film Festival, Inc. (AFF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) arts organization.