> From: "beti" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Washington, D.C.. area African-cinema-conference subscribers:
> Watch for the following shows in April 1998 on WHUT Howard University
> Channel 32 on Sunday at 3 p.m.:
> April 5
> Torriano Berry - African American filmmaker and professor at Howard
> University talks about horror and science fiction films from an
> American perspective.
> April 12 and 19 (Parts I and II)
> Coverage of the December 6, 1996 panel discussion of A Celebration
> of Film/Video by Black Women, a two-day film-video screening and forum
> presented by S.E.P.I.A. (Sisters Empowered to Promote Interest in the
> and NPR, National Public Radio. The purpose of the event was to
> provide a
> forum for meaningful exchange among filmmakers, film enthusiasts and
> industry representatives. The panel discussion members included.
> Farrar-Fortune, Washington Area cultural critic and editor-in-chief of
> Black Film Review as moderator, and BarbaraO, Nneka Bennett, Nandi
> L.C. Broaddus, Naimah Fuller, Kathe Sandler, Michelle Parkerson,
> Dunye, Charlie Jordan, Yvonne Welbon.
> April 26
> Mbye Cham - Gambian African cinema scholar and professor in the
> of African Studies at Howard University discusses his three books:
> "Blackframes: Critical Perspectives on Independent Cinema", "Ex-iles:
> Essays on Caribbean Cinema" and "African Experiences of Cinema".
> Also watch for the Black Women Showcase Part I and II April 2, and 9,
> DCTV cable public access. REELS OF COLOUR is telecast every Thursday
> at 8
> For more information contact:
> Beti Ellerson
> Howard University