New York, NY — Approaching the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II and the Memorial Day 2010 we are pleased to inform you about the DVD release of the first award-winning documentary about the Buffalo Soldiers in World War II, a powerful just right for : African-Americans , Students, Patriots, Civil Rights advocates, History lovers, Veterans, Patriots.
“Inside Buffalo” is an Award winning film documentary , Best Documentary at Black International Cinema Berlin 2009, about the untold history of the 92nd Buffalo Soldiers Division, the all African American segregated combat unit which fought during World War II in Italy. The Italian-Ghanaian director Fred Kuwornu has been inspired in producing and directing the first film work about the 92nd Division after his meeting with Spike Lee on the set of his film “Miracle at St. Anna “ shot in Italy where he worked as assistant. It’s the first film work about the Buffalo Soldiers in World War II told collocating the plot in the contest of the struggle for the Civil Rights and telling for the first time the untold friendship and bond built at the time between African American Soldiers and Italians. These 92nd veterans fought for many things, fueled by their love of freedom and their passion for their country. Many of them sacrificed their lives to buy freedom and civil rights for future generations. It is important that their work is never forgotten.
A narrator carries the program forward; historical photographs, documents and re-enactment footage illustrate the unique contributions of these men. These elements are complemented by interviews with contemporary African-American soldiers who served in World War II. Courtesy appearance by President Barack Obama . Texas Black Film Festival and Pan African Film Festival 2010 in Los Angeles has been officially selected the documentary. “Inside Buffalo” will be shown in New York and will be aired next month on Pentagon channel .The project will be on tour till 2011 around the schools and colleges of US, inviting African-Americans 92nd WW II veterans in front of the eyes of the students to” make the history alive”!
The premiere DVD, Inside Buffalo is available only in these days at the special offer 9.95 $ at http://www.insidebuffalo.org and at http://www.amazon.com