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  • Greg Mills
    2007 Events: October - Every Thursday Classic All-Black Film Festival by Museum of African American Cinema. Oct. 4, Paradise In Harlem @ 12 noon; Oct. 11,
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      2007 Events:

      October - Every Thursday
      Classic All-Black Film Festival by Museum of African American Cinema.
      Oct. 4, Paradise In Harlem @ 12 noon; Oct. 11, Moon Over Harlem @ 12
      noon, Oct. 18, Harlem Is Heaven @ 2pm, Oct. 25, Miracle In Harlem @
      12 noon. FREE. Art Gallery, ACP, Jr. State Office Bldg, 163 W. 125
      Street @ 7th Avenue. 212-749-5298
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      Oct. 18
      Thursday
      6pm-9:30pm
      Workshop: Reel To Real - How To Create A Film On A Shoe String
      Budget. Sponsored by the Museum of African American Cinema. Join
      legendary film producer, Monty Ross as he guides you through the
      secrets of motion picture production and distribution. Ross is the
      producer of "Keep The Faith Baby; Escaping Jersey, Reasons, Clockers,
      Crooklyn, Malcolm X, Jungle Fever, Mo'Better Blues, Do The Right
      Thing, School Daze "and others. He also starred in Joe's Bed-Stuy
      Barbershop: We Cut Heads, which won Spike Lee and Academy Award. The
      NYC Mayor's Office on Film, Theatre and Broadcasting named Mr. Ross "
      Industry Star of the Month" in Feb. 2006. Light refreshments served.
      Tix: $20. Art Gallery, ACP, Jr. State Office Bldg, 163 W. 125 Street
      @ 7th Avenue. 212-749-5298
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      Oct. 25
      Thursday
      6:30pm
      Lecture & Book Signing presented by the Museum of African American
      Cinema. Meet Carol Ross author of POP, a stunning presentation of
      photographs of black fatherhood in the U.S. In an era that pays
      little positive attention to black fathers, her inspirational
      perspective on the relationships between black men and their
      children is vitually important - and long overdue. Books will be
      available for sale. Free admission. Art Gallery, ACP, Jr. State
      Office Bldg, 163 W. 125 Street @ 7th Avenue. 212-749-5298
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      Oct. 26
      Friday
      6:30-8:30pm
      An Evening of New African American Women Filmmakers. Sponsored by
      Chicks With Flicks and, the Museum of African American Cinema. Meet
      these new filmmakers as they screen and then lecture on their motion
      pictures. Tix: $5. Art Gallery, ACP, Jr. State Office Bldg, 163 W.
      125 Street @ 7th Avenue. 212-749-5298
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      Oct. 27
      Saturday
      11am-7pm
      Black Video/DVD Fair. Over 5,000 different hard to find and rare
      titles for sale. Major credit cards accepted. Sponsored by the Museum
      of African American Cinema. Free. Museum Gift Shop (9th Floor), ACP,
      Jr. State Office Bldg, 163 W. 125 Street @ 7th Avenue. 212-749-5298

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      Greg Mills <iamaa@...>

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