The second annual BronzeLens Film Festival, held Nov. 10-13, showcases the African-American film community via educational and networking events as well as a program of more than 40 feature films, documentaries and music videos by and about people of color. The Women Superstars Luncheon will honor "star of stage, screen and television Sheryl Lee Ralph; star of “Shanghai Hotel” Eugenia Yuan; Broadway star and recording artist Jennifer Holliday; Africa Channel owner Paula Madison; Footloose Ziah Colon; and actor/director/choreographer Jasmine Guy."
Screening at such venues as the Georgia-Pacific Theater, Regal Atlantic Station, Woodruff Arts Center, American Cancer Society Theater and Cosby Center at Spelman College, the film program includes the Kenny Leon documentary The Start of Dreams, writer-director Mario Van Peebles coming-of-age comedy We the Party , the locally-shot Hindi language black comedy Mumbai Connection and the Nelson Mandela documentary Mandela: In Freedom's Name. Here's the teaser for We the Party:
The BronzeLens Film Festival. Nov. 11-13 (times vary). $150 (all access pass), $10-$40 (screening passes). Panels and seminars held at Atlanta Marriott Marquis, 265 Peachtree Center Ave., and Spelman College, Cosby Center, 350 Spelman Lane, 404-527-6941, www.bronzelensfilmfestival.com.
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