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Twin Cities Black Film Festival to show ‘Ni Wakati’

The Twin Cities Black Film Festival is upon us again! From Friday Oct 15th to Sunday Oct 17th attendees can expect to be moved by powerful films and documentaries, engage in meaningful discussion and thereafter party like a rock star.  For the film schedule up go to http://tcbff.com/schedule.html

Be sure to watch the revolutionary, reintroduction of Africa to the rest of the world in ‘Ni Wakati‘ (It’s Time). The film was produced by Michael Wanguhu who brought us the award-winning ‘Hip Hop Colony’.

Synopsis;

From the ashes of the Mau Mau in East Africa to the Black Panthers in America, arises a movement to awaken people globally especially in Africa, to the opportunities that now exist. Hip-hop’s dead prez and Africa’s Kalamashaka, reconnects Africans as we witness the handing over the torch to the next generation.

 

 

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