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Pan African Film & Arts Festival (PAFF) wraps

It's hard to believe that this is the closing weekend of the 15th Annual Pan African Film and Arts Festival, but it is.

In an effort to help you plan your weekend, and hopefully it's a three-day weekend for you, we've compiled a list of PAFF events not to be missed.

Hurry and don't miss your chance to visit the Artist Market or see the encore screening of Rwanda Rising. If poetry is your thing, be sure to check out the SpokenWord Fest on Friday night. Got kids? Bring them too. Saturday it's all about the children and PAFF's free Children's Festival.

Don't miss your chance to experience the Pan African Film and Arts Festival this weekend. Unless you come with us to Atlanta's National Black Arts Festival, you'll have to wait an entire year before we come back.

Next week check your email as we announce the filmmaker winners for the 2007 PAFF.

So for now it's Goodbye in English
Kwa Herini in Swahili,
Adiós in Spanish,
Tot Siens in Afrikaans,
& Au Revoir in French!

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