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Third Annual Black Docs Film Series

Landmark Theatre Hosts Third Annual Black Docs Film Series, America's Top Screening Program
2008 Theme is "Through The Eyes Of" / Program examines Bob Marley, Mexico, American Indian/AfroMexican Heritage, Cuban Music, Jack & Jill of America, Urban and Demographic Change, and the Migration of Free Slaves / Chuck D, Darlise Blount, Danny Glover, Gwen Ifill, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Lauryn Hill, Los Zafiros, Marley Family, Mascogos, Michaela Angela Davis, Pamela Edwards, and Regina King highlighted

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) May 9, 2008 -- Today, Next Generation Awareness Foundation, Inc. (501(c)(3)) (NGAF) announced that Landmark Theatre's E Street Cinema (555 11th Street, NW, Washington, D.C.) will host this year's Black Docs Film Series from May through September under the theme: "Through The Eyes Of." "Through The Eyes Of" is a monthly examination of the development and movement of urban life and culture from different ethnic and cultural perspectives. The series kicks-off May 8th with "The Souls of Black Girls" and the premiere of "This Is Our Club." Tickets are $10 general admission and $15 for VIP reserved seating and can be purchased at the theatre box office or www.UrbanFilmSeries.com. The five-month fundraising event will benefit NGAF's upcoming children and health awareness programs.

About Black Docs and NGAF's Urban Film Series Programs
The Urban Film Series is a fund-raising and programmatic arm of Next Generation Awareness Foundation. Its mission and motto is "Connecting Communities with History and Progressive Cinema," and to provide exposure of the arts and the motion picture industry to many communities across the United States. Black Docs is the only program of its kind in that it focuses exclusively on documentaries related to urban lifestyles and issues. Black Docs is also regarded as America's top monthly screening program for independent film. The Urban Film Series also produces the Black History Month Film and Discussion Series, Urban Film Series Tour, and The Urban Film & Discussion Series. To date, well over 800 films from across the world have been received for NGAF's film-related programs.

For more information visit http://www.UrbanFilmSeries.com or http://www.InsiderEnt.com, NGAF's official marketing resource.


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