"Fela NYC"- Historical Movie On The Icon-today 7pm-be There!
- The Harlemwood Film Festival
Voza Rivers/New Heritage Films
Community Works, Harlem Arts Alliance
International Communications Association
The Greater Harlem Chamber Of Commerce
Jaheed Ashley, Peekoo Lewis & Kojo Ade
Invite You To A Special Screening
The Event You Have Been Waiting For.
The Premiere Screening
Of The Documentary
You Don't Want To Miss!
Meet The Broadway Cast Members Of "Fela"
Who Continue His Legacy
And Listen To Fela's Rhythmically Intense Music
Played Throughout The Evening.
Fresh From Africa
Directed By Jaheed Ashley
A Powerful Up-close And Personal View Of Fela Kuti's 1986 Historic Visit To New York City And Harlem After A 17 Year Absence To Participate In An Amnesty International Concert
And The March Against Apartheid In South Africa.
Monday, October 25, 2010
The Dwyer Cultural Center
258 St. Nicholas Avenue
Entrance On 123rd Street
Between Frederick Doulgass Blvd And St. Nicholas Avenue
Doors Open At 6:30 Pm
Screening At 7pm
Admission $15.00 Includes Fela-nyc Dvd
Rsvp 212 926 2550 Or Www.Newheritagetheatre.Org
Let's Toast It Up!
Presented In Part By The Department Of Cultural Affairs New York City, New York City Council, New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, New York City Council Member Inez E. Dickens, The New York City Council Committee On Cultural Affairs, Libraries And International Intergroup Relations, Jimmy Van Bramer, Chair, The New York State Council On The Arts And The Arlen Charitable Trus
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