African American Women in Cinema Launches Early Bird Discount for All Access Pass to 23rd Film Festival
By: African American Women in Cinema
The festival will be a celebration of the achievements of African American women in the film industry and will feature a number of special presentations, award ceremonies, and film screenings. This year's festival program is already shaping up to be a major event, with the likes of Hon. Jumanee Williams, New York City Public Advocate, and Marsha Warfield, an American actress and stand-up comedian, among the honored guests.
The early bird discount for the All Access Pass is $65.00, which is a saving of $15.00 from the original price of $80.00. The All Access Pass will grant festival-goers exclusive access to all of the events and presentations, including the opening night ceremony, film screenings, and the award ceremonies.
The festival will showcase the work of several talented filmmakers, including Brandi Mitchell, whose film "Bobby's Kids" will be featured as the opening night film. The festival will also honor the achievements of several trailblazer and pioneer award honorees, including Juanita R. Stokes, Sierra McDonald, Tonia Grady, Amber Shana Williams, and Dominique Ulloa.
AAWIC President, Terra Renee, said, "We are thrilled to host the 23rd AAWIC FF Virtually this year! This unique opportunity enables us to showcase rich talent and educational programming globally! Our global festival audience will experience powerful events and see the works of next generation filmmakers!."
To purchase the All Access Pass, visit the AAWIC website at www.aawic.org.
About African American Women in Cinema
African American Women in Cinema is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the advancement and recognition of African American women in the film industry. Through its film festival, the organization celebrates the achievements of African American women in the film industry and provides a platform for their voices to be heard.
For additional information about the 23rd AAWIC Film Festival, visit the AAWIC website at www.aawic.org.
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