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NYADIFF : New York African Diaspora International Film Festival 2012
20th edition

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The 20th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) is coming back to New York from Nov. 23 to Dec. 11 with epic, fresh, surprising new films from Africa, the Caribbean, America and Europe.

Get your festival pass today at a discount! The VAP (Very Artsy Person) Pass gives access to all festival events including Opening Night, Closing Night and all special events. Discounted to 5 from 0 until October 30.

The regular pass gives access to all the regular screenings for 0, 5 before October 30.

NEW THIS YEAR: Card gives access to any six regular screenings during the festival.

ADFF Directors
Reinaldo B. Spech
Diarah N’Daw-Spech



FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

Friday, Nov. 23
Bezness
Thalia, 7:30PM
Doctor BelloOpening Night
Symphony Space, 7:30PM

Saturday, Nov. 24
Hopeville
Teachers College, 2PM
Ancestral Voices
Teachers College, 4PM
Times Like Deese
Teachers College, 6:30PM
Tango MacBeth
Teachers College, 8:30PM
Return to Goree
Thalia, 2PM
Silent Stories
Thalia, 4PM
La Playa D.C.
Thalia, 6PM
Dignity
Thalia, 8:30PM

Sunday, Nov. 25
Maria Bethania
Teachers College, 1PM
Nothing But the Truth
Teachers College, 3PM
Tango MacBeth
Thalia, 5PM
Sister
Thalia, 7:30PM


Monday, Nov. 26
Kirikou and the Sorceress
Teachers College, 11AM
Dignity
Teachers College, 6PM
Abdia do Nasciemento
Teachers College, 8:30PM

Tuesday, Nov. 27
The Pirogue – Gala
Teachers College, 7PM
The Kill Hole
Thalia, 6PM
Postwoman & T’Aint Nobody Bizness
Thalia, 8:30PM

Wednesday, Nov. 28
African American Shorts
Teachers College, 6PM
The Kill Hole
Teachers College, 8PM

Thursday, Nov. 29
Good Bye Momo
Teachers College, 11AM
Scheherazade – Fundraiser
Teachers College, 6PM

Friday, Nov. 30
Filling the Gap
Teachers College, 11AM
Guerrilla Gannies
Teachers College, 6PM
The Next Day
Teachers College, 8:30PM
The Pirogue
NYIT on Broadway, 6PM
Doctor Bello
NYIT on Broadway, 8:30PM


Saturday, Dec. 1
Inside Story
Teachers College, 2PM
Toussaint Louverture – Centerpiece
Teachers College, 5PM

Sunday, Dec. 2
Mestizo
Teachers College, 2PM
Garifuna in Peril – Garifuna Heritage Celebration
Teachers College, 5PM
The First Rasta
Thalia, 2PM
Guerrilla Gannies
Thalia, 4:10PM
Here we Drown Algerians
Thalia, 6:20PM
The Next Day
Thalia, 8:30PM
Made in Jamaica
Black Spectrum, 2PM
Toussaint Louverture
Black Spectrum, 4:30PM


Monday, Dec. 3
Masai, The Rain Warriors
Teachers College, 11AM
Re-Emerging: The Jews of Nigeria
Teachers College, 6PM
La Playa D.C.
Teachers College, 8PM

Tuesday, Dec. 4
Boys of Summer
Teachers College, 11AM
Spotlight on Namibia
Teachers College, 7PM
Inside Story
Thalia, 6PM
Dina & Nelio’s Story
Thalia, 8:30PM

Wednesday, Dec. 5
Namibian Shorts
Teachers College, 6PM
Garifuna in Peril
Teachers College, 8:30PM

Thursday, Dec. 6
Filling the Gap
Schomburg, 11AM
Hopeville
Schomburg, 1:30PM
Ancestral Voices
Schomburg, 3:30PM
A Mother’s Love
Schomburg, 6PM
Survivor – Women Indies’ Night
Schomburg, 8:30PM

Friday, Dec. 7
Africa Straight Up & United States of Africa
Teachers College, 6:30PM

Saturday, Dec. 8
Panel: A Conversation with Namibia Filmmakers
Teachers College, 2PM
Panel: Spotlight on the Namibian Film Industry
Teachers College, 4PM


Sunday, Dec. 9
Closing Ceremony
Teachers College, 2PM
Between Friends
Thalia, 5PM
One Fine Day
Thalia, 7:30PM

Tuesday, Dec.11
A Mother’s Love
Black Spectrum, 6PM
Between Friends
Black Spectrum, 8:30PM