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Myong and Michelle Myers, participants in Anomaly

We are going bi-coastal this month! Spread the word to your friends and networks and join us at one of these two screenings:

LA: Feb. 15, 3:30pm
Pan African Film Festival

The Los Angeles-based PAFF is the largest film festival in the U.S. dedicated to the exhibition of Black films. Last year, more than 40,000 people viewed films made in the U.S., Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, the South Pacific, Latin America and Canada. This is Jessica’s second film to premiere at the Pan African Film Festival.

>When: Monday, February 15 at 3:30pm
>Where: Culver Plaza Theaters in Culver City, CA,
>For more info, check out

NYC: Feb. 21, 2pm
Best of the African Diaspora Film Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

 Hot off its world premiere in December, the ADFF has selected Anomaly to be screened in a “best of” series at BAM. We are delighted to be showcased with the ADFF to reach even more New York City audiences in BAM’s lovely theaters! Director will attend. Anomaly will be the third film in the “Identity Stories” program after Visibly Invisible and Making History.

>When: Sunday, February 21 at 2pm
>Where: Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY,
>Tickets: General Admission: $12; Seniors, Children, & Students: $9; BAM Cinema Club Members: $8
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>For tickets and directions, go to

We have a few cool links to share related to Anomaly‘s world premiere Dec. 1 & 9 at the African Diaspora Film Festival:

-Check out the ADFF festival trailer, Anomaly is featured circa :37

-Thanks to Kasmore Rhedrick at Arts Engine, for his Three Qs and the Truth series

-Finally, a special thanks to our long-time community friends at Loving Day for Facebook, Twitter, and email updates

Spread the word and see you tomorrow night at the theater!

Anomaly will world premiere at the ADFF

Anomaly will make its film festival world premiere at the 17th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival, held Nov. 27-Dec. 15, 2009 in New York City. The African Diaspora Film Festival presents an eclectic mix of urban, classic, independent and foreign films that depict the richness and diversity of the life experience of people of African descent and Indigenous people from all over the world. In total, the festival will showcase 101 films from 46 countries.

Anomaly screening times will be:

Tuesday, December 1, 5:50pm at Anthology Film Archives, 2nd St. and 2nd Ave., Manhattan

Wednesday, December 9, 7:30pm at Cowin Center, Columbia University Teachers College, 525 W. 120th St., Manhattan

View the film’s page on the festival website at:

Anomaly is part of the “Identity” program:

Purchase tickets through this link (scroll halfway down to “Identity”):

There will be a Q&A afterwards with Director/Producer Jessica Chen Drammeh, and guest appearances by characters & crew from the film.

See you there!