CaribbeanTales @ NYU

All screenings are at the Institute of African American Affairs, 41 East 11th St., 7th Floor.Sheraton Center, and are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Wed April 28

6pm :

  • Africa Unite
  • by Stephanie Black 92 mins

    8pm:

  • Calypso Dreams
  • by Geoffrey Dunn and Michael. Executive produced by Eddie Grant. 90 mins

    Thursday April 29

    6pm :

  • Creatively Speaking presentation
  • presented by Michelle Materre. 64 mins

    8pm :

  • A Winter Tale by Frances-Anne Solomon 103 mins
  • Friday April 30

    6pm :

  • Directions
  • by Renee Pollonais. 12 mins

  • Invisible
  • by Elspeth Duncan 11 mins

  • Mami Wata
  • by Yao Ramesar. 15 mins

    8pm :

  • Rain
  • by Maria Govan. 93 mins

    Saturday May 1

    4pm :

  • The Legend of Buchi Fil
  • by German Gruber. 20 mins

  • Drummit2Summit
  • by Christopher Laird. 45 mins

    6pm:

  • Carmen and Geoffrey
  • by Linda Atkins and Nick Doob. 80 mins

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    1. [...] CaribbeanTales @ NYU [...]

    2. THIS IS WONDERFUL!
      * IS THERE A COST FOR VIEW THE FILMS?
      * IS ANY TYPE OF RSVP OR REGISTRATION NEEDED?
      * WHAT IS THE SEATING CAPACITY OF THE SCREENING ROOMS?

      THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE

      • The festival is free and open to the public. See you there!

      • It’s free and open to the public. See you there.


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