AAFCA Continues Busy Year with “Do the Right Thing” Podcast & More

April 8, 2019
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Fresh off the heels of their annu al AAFCA Awards, the African American Film Critics Association — the world’s largest group of leading black film critics — is continuing the year with an active calendar of events and programs.

On Friday, April 12 at 9pm, AAFCA, in partnership with the 10th TCM Classic Film Festival, will present a screening of Do the Right Thing at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Attending from the film are Academy Award-winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter and actress Joie Lee. Complimentary tickets can be requested by emailing events@aafca.com.

 

For Women’s History Month, AAFCA hosted a “Women in Media” discussion series 

Madeline Di Nonno chats with Ronda Penrice at AAFCA’s Atlanta “Women in Media” event

featuring  Madeline di Nonno(CEO, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media) and author/journalist Ronda Racha Penrice in Atlanta.

In Los Angeles, filmmaker  Stephanie Allain and actress/critic Carla Renata discussed the new Netflix film Juanita , produced by Allain and starring Alfre Woodard and Blair Underwood. 

In the coming months, AAFCA will host media meet & greets in New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles. Stay tuned for details!

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