The New York African Film Festival Opens

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

The New York African Film Festival opens today, kicking off a two month program of African films and events across the city. Mahen Bonetti, founder and executive director of the festival, has been making selections for the festival since she started it 17 years ago.

WNYC's Culture page has collected clips from four of the movies at this year's festival here.


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