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FILM & TV
20 Sep 2014

Black Dox: Canadian Friends Remember William Greaves - An Outsider Who Brought Soul

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For this Black Dox entry, documentary filmmaker Nicole Franklin pays tribute to her friend Bill Greaves, a temporary Canadian resident who changed the game.

04 Sep 2014

Black Dox: Father Figure

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Father Figure – Exploring Alternate Notions of Black Fatherhood

19 Aug 2014

Black Dox: Gideon's Army

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Black Dox with Nicole Franklin. A bi-monthly series of articles introducing documentary releases from filmmakers of the African Diaspora.

07 Aug 2014

Black Dox: Positive Women: Exposing Injustice

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Black Dox with Nicole Franklin A bi-monthly series introducing documentary releases from filmmakers of the African Diaspora.

17 Jul 2014

Black Dox: Little Black School House

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The Little Black School House unearths the little known story of the women, men and children who studied and taught at Canada's racially segregated Black schools.

26 Jun 2014

Everyone Matters on Orange is the New Black!

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Season two of Netflix’s runaway hit, Orange is the New Black does not disappoint the binge-watcher in all of us.

22 Feb 2014

Machete Joe filmmaker, Howard Green's new project!

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He's the Toronto filmmaker behind scary movie Machete Joe

16 Dec 2013

Roy Anderson's film Queen Nanny launches on Indiegogo

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We are proud to announce the launch of the Indiegogo campaign for QUEEN NANNY: LEGENDARY MAROON CHIEFTAINESS

10 Sep 2013

Inna Revolution Jamaican Maroons: Healing, Rebellion, and Spirit “Remembering Maroonage”

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On June 16, 2013 Asikere Afana and Zenzele Films presented a Film Screening of Inna Revolution Jamaican Maroons: Healing, Rebellion, and Spirit “Remembering Maroonage” and Canadian Book Launch “My Father Said” in Memory of Lloyd Eluid Rowe t Accents Bookstore, 1790 Eglinton Ave W @ Dufferin Toronto, Canada.

23 Aug 2013

Akwantu: the Journey | now available on DVD

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Akwantu: the Journey documents the struggle for freedom of the Maroons of Jamaica, formerly enslaved Africans, who were able to flee the plantations and slave ships to form communities in some of the most inhospitable regions of the island.

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