ArtMattan Films, the film distribution arm of ArtMattan Productions, has announced the acquisition and virtual theatrical release of award-winning drama Kuessipan by Myriam Verreault.
Harlem’s ArtMattan Productions started its activities in 1993 spotlighting international cinema directed by and focusing on people of color all over the world.
One could say that love is a complicated series of compromises between the desires of the heart and the pulls of reason driven by societal norms.
In light of the wonderful display of Lovers Rock music and culture in Steve McQueens’ Small Axe series,
Join ADIFF for a sneak preview of the ADIFF 2019 line up where there will be a presentation of film trailers and a preview Showing of Sundance-Selection The Last Tree.
Harlem-based ArtMattan Films is delighted to announce that Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba is the Season Opener for the eleventh season of the public television series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange!
The Best of the 30th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) comes back to Teachers College, Columbia University.
The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) will celebrate its 30th anniversary from November 25 to December 11, 2022, with 89 narratives and documentaries from 44 countries to be presented in seven different venues in Manhattan.
The African Diaspora International Film Festival celebrates Women’s History Month virtually nationwide from March 26 to 29, 2021.
In collaboration with the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University, the African Diaspora International Film Festival presents a monthly program entitled Films In The class.
The African Diaspora International Film Festival will celebrate Black History Month with a selection of films about the multiple dimensions of Black History.
To celebrate Black History Month, The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) presents a series of films that explore the history of various music genres with a strong African influence in various parts of the world.
The earliest observance of the Woman’s Day was February 28, 1909. This event was organized by the Socialist Party of America in New York.