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Harlemwood Film Festival Showcases Filmmakers Of Color

Voza Rivers/New Heritage Films
in association with Community Works
and the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce
invite you to the
Harlemwood Film Festival 2010
Saturday, June 12th 2 PM 
Dwyer Cultural Center
258 St. Nicholas Avenue
Entrance on 123rd Street 

RSVP 212 222-3060
  or email
Celebrating its 9th year, The Harlemwood Film Festival has become a popular showcase for gifted filmmakers of color who are inspired by the culture and creative energy of Harlem. The festival features filmmakers from Columbia University's Graduate Film Program and filmmakers from the local and international community who live and work in Harlem. The Harlemwood Film Festival is a mosaic of nationalities, talent, and interests reflecting the diverity
 of this mythic community of Harlem.
This program is sponsored 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 Counil Member Inez E. Dickens, the New York City Council's Committee on Cultural Affairs, Libraries and International Intergroup Relations, James Van Bramer, Chair, The Upper Manhattan Power Zone (UMEZ),The New York State Council on the Arts, and the Arlen Charitable Trust.  

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