Dark Girls will be at the Pan African Film Festival

We are excited to announce that the Dark Girls film will be showing in Los Angeles at the 2012 Pan African Film Festival. 

(click links to buy individual tickets – Child $5.25, Adult $11.50, Senior $9.50)

Rave Cinemas Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza 15
4020 Marlton Avenue
Los Angeles, CA  90008
(323) 296-1005

Tickets on sale February 1 at Rave Cinemas Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza 15 Box Office or online

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One Response to Dark Girls will be at the Pan African Film Festival

  1. Erica Gordon says:

    THIS IS SOOOOO COOL! Bill Dukes is a genius! I studied acting with him briefly in New York many moons ago at the Henry Street Settlement. Lol my sister and I dragged our then 6 and 7 year old children with us to acting class and they loved it! Dark Girls is one of the best things to happen to people of color in this country; and for the world at large- ever! This does not just encompass people of color of African decent–my mom was of mixed heritage dad -Ethiopian/Moroccan–mom East Indian/Scottish: her parents were not born in America and she was forced to deny her Indian birthright in order to assimilate without “trouble.” I remember this certain faraway look she would get in her eyes accompanied by a look of pain. I did not understand it then–but as the survival “secrets” in my family of who I be began to emerge I understood. And my mom was not forced to deny her heritage to Whites only; Blacks were almost unrelenting to people of color who didn’t fit the stereotype. Thank-you Bill Dukes and Kudos.
    Your are refining what Spike Lee started in “School Daze.”

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