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New Voices in Black Cinema returns for its sixth year with narrative features, documentaries, and shorts that redefine the black experience in America and around the world.
Presented in partnership with ActNow Foundation. Since its founding in 2005, the ActNow Foundation has been a production company and advocate for diverse, independent filmmakers and playwrights interested in producing work reflecting the infinite range of African-American and Latino experiences across the globe. ActNow hosts regular events in Brooklyn to showcase the best in independent theater and film. Additionally, they are dedicated to fostering the growth of New York's brightest and most talented through regular panels, speakers, and workshops.
This heartrending look at the refugee experience is told with vivid naturalism.
Four lovers find themselves caught in a tangle of intersecting relationships.
British comedian Lenny Henry wrote this hilarious, insightful film based on his own life.
This urgent documentary sheds light on Western complicity in the Congolese Civil Wars.
This Sundance award winner stars John Boyega in an electrifying performance.
Writer-activist Jamal Joseph directs this look at cycles of violence and second chances.
This Trinbagonian thriller is an unsettling glimpse into the world of drug trafficking.
New Voices in Black Cinema presents a diverse collection of new short films.
A womanizing Brooklyn blogger meets his match in this smart, sexy romantic comedy.
A desperate mother turns to a faith healer to cure her son in this gripping drama.
Five lyrical vignettes, based on true stories, paint a revealing portrait of LGBT Kenyans.
A diverse collection of new short films.
An aimless Angeleno confronts what it means to turn thirty in this inventive indie gem.