As Africa changes—and the world’s perception of it changes— the images of Africa and its people need to change too. Afripedia is a collaborative, multi-part project profiling a new generation of artists from Africa and the Diaspora through film, digital media, online platforms, and more. Join us on Tuesday, July 19 for a free, not-to-be-missed screening of Afripedia's Senegal, Ghana, and New York film series. The screening will be followed by a special discussion with Afripedia co-directors, Teddy Goitom and Senay Berhe.
ABOUT BRIC FLIX
BRIC FLIX is a free film screening and conversation series at BRIC House. Offering premieres, shorts, and web series projects that reflect the excitement, diversity, and creativity of the borough— BRIC FLIX is where Brooklyn comes for film.
Each screening is followed by a discussion with the filmmakers, artists, curators and more.
Rumbi Bwerinofa-Petrozello is an avid supporter and student of African culture and education as well as a writer and dancer. Her drive to gain and spread knowledge of African peoples and culture has led her to be associated with organizations that promote these issues, including the Zimbabwe International Film Festival and being a delegate at Pedro Reyes' People's United Nations in 2013. She has been working with the New York African Film Festival for several years, benefiting from its expansive knowledge base and humbly contributing when and what she can.
Senay Berhe, Co-Director, Afripedia
Teddy Goitom, Co-Director, Afripedia
Delphine Diallo, Photographer
Have a question? Call or email the BRIC FLIX team at BRICFLIX@BRICartsmedia.org
THIS EVENT IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
The Stoop at BRIC House is a public cultural gathering space featuring free, drop-in programming, and offering a place to sit, observe, and participate in multi-disciplinary work.