AFROLATINOS: THE UNTAUGHT HISTORY- NYC PREMIERE @ UNITED NATIONS and OFFICIAL SELECTION at THE PAN AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL

Feb 2, 2017 | Featured, Press Alert | 0 comments

Official selection for the
Cinemark Rave Cinemas 15 at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw, 4020 Marlton Ave-Los Angeles, CA 9008
For tickets go to Paff.org
PAFF
NYC OFFICIAL PREMIERE of
in celebration of
conference Room 4, 1st Avenue at 45th Street
*To RSVP Click Here
*(proper ID’s required)
After Party starts immediately after screening at 
Sazon – 105 Reade St, NYC 10013
music by – DJ PLANAMU SOUND
Sazon NYC
COLLEGE- FILM FESTIVAL TOUR 
SPRING 2017-FALL 2017 
 
AfroLatinos College tour
AfroLatinos College tour
  
AfroLatinos “An Untaught History”
 
In 2008 Renzo Devia and Alicia Anabel Santos embarked on a journey no other team has done before. They sought out to find their African roots by traveling to almost every single country in Latin America. The intention was to document the African influence in Latino culture seeking out the often unspoken truths, stories and hidden facts about this history. What they discovered was a history that never been taught. It became a spiritual and educational adventure that would change their lives forever. Renzo took his 20+ years of experience producing television combined with Alicia’s passion for writing and they created AfroLatinos: “An Untaught History”.
BOOK your date for the SPRING 2017 and FALL 2017 semester!
Congratulations to AfroLatinos- Director and Producer  Renzo Devia on Winning an Emmy Award !!!
 
 
AfroLatinos Generic Promo
AfroLatinos Promo
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Jorge Cano-Moreno
Call: (917) 657-3373
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