From Black Liberation to Hip-Hop:
A Film Festival Celebrating the Past, Moving Forward to the Future
You are invited to a free film festival that explores the culture and politics of the Black Liberation Movement and the Hip-Hop Generation. View films and participate in unique inter-generational discussion with panelists from both the Civil Rights and Hip-Hop Generations.
See the long anticipated movie on George Jackson: Black August.
Also, View & Discuss Screenings of: Letter to the President, HipHop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes, The Spook Who Sat By the Door, Eyes of the Rainbow and many more.
When: Saturday, Feburary 16th - Noon to 10pm
Where: COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, 511 DODGE HALL, BET 116TH & B'WAY
Directions: Take the 1/9 train to 116th StreetVoicemail & Text: 347.262-6385 & 917.224.3493
FOCUS-Filmmakers of Color United in Spirit-Columbia University, School of the Arts,
The Safiya Bukhari- Albert Nuh Washington Foundation &
The National Hip-Hop Political Convention (NY)
For More Info:
http://www.safiyanuhfoundation.org or http://www.myspace.com/safiyanuh
http://www.nhhpc.org or http://www.myspace.com/hiphopconvention_nyloc