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by Alece Oxendine
February 16th, 2013

ActNow, an organization that Rooftop has partnered with in the past, is presenting their third annual film festival New Voices in Black Cinema at BAM Rose Cinemas this weekend through Monday, February 18th. They have a really good line-up this year with the NY premiere of Neil Drumming’s Big Words, the Brooklyn premiere of The Central Park Five, and Goddey Asemota’s controversial drama No Homo, just to name a few.

Tickets are available here and the line-up is below

Fri, Feb 15
1:30pm: 18 Ius Soli + Beale St. Blues
4pm: The Fade
7pm: Big Words
9:45pm: The Kill Hole

Sat, Feb 16
12pm: The United States of Hoodoo
3pm: High Chicago
6pm: Aujourd’hui (Tey)
9:15pm: FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of a Decade

Sun, Feb 17
1pm: The Central Park Five
4pm: alaskaLand
7pm: Four
9:45pm: The Undershepherd

Mon, Feb 18
1pm: Stones in the Sun
4pm: Unbreakable: Short Film Program
7pm: Gimme the Loot
9:45pm: No Homo

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