1st World Fest of Negro Arts poster

1st World Fest of Negro Arts poster

The First, World Festival of Negro Arts  Dir.William Greaves, 1966,USA, 40mins  – In 1966, in Dakar, Senegal, artists, performers, writers, intellectuals and political leaders from the African Diaspora ─ came together to celebrate and debate the world wide renaissance of Black culture in the 20th century. Read more …
Aimé Césaire EP

Aimé Césaire EP 

Aimee Cesaire: A Voice for History: Party 2 ‘Where Edges of Conquest Meet’  Dir: Euzhan Palcy, Martinique, 57mins, 1994 –  This is one film in the documentary trilogy Aimee Cesaire: A Voice For History that presents through extensive direct interviews with Aimee Cesaire, captivating historic archival film and interviews with other significant people who knew him  Read More…
Amiri Baraka, Writer, Narrator (Scribe Video Center)

Amiri Baraka, Writer, Narrator (Scribe Video Center)

W.E.B. Dubois: A Biography in 4 Voices  Prod/Dir: Louis Massiah, 1995, USA, 116mins Writer/Narrators: Wesley Brown, Thulani Davis, Toni Cade Bambara and Amiri Baraka –  This film tells the story of one of the key advocates of Pan Africanism the intellectual movement that spanned continents and provided the context for the Harlem Renaissance and Negritude. Read more …
C.L.R James

C.L.R James

  CLR James Lectures: Lectures 2 and 3  ‘The Caribbean and Africa’  Producer:HO Nazareth,UK,2x 26mins, 1983\1985 – The renowned Trinidadian historian intellectual, writer and cultural activist, CLR James, is known as one of the most significant thinkers and cultural commentators of his time. Read more …

June Givanni Pan African Film Archive

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