Now in its 24th year, the African Diaspora International Film Festival serves to highlight and promote the cinematic contributions worldwide of African directors and filmmakers. The festival screens more than 50 films from over 20 countries at venues like Columbia University, Teachers College, the Cinépolis Chelsea and MIST Harlem. One of the highlights of this year’s event is Daniel Nearing’s Hogtown—a murder mystery set in 1919 Chicago that also addresses the race riots taking place at that time.
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"Everything But A Man". Photo: Nnegest Likké