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The internet is providing a communication opportunity, never before available. Definitely take full positive advantage of this opportunity.

Rare, never before seen Whitney
Houston live performance. This 1996 performance was recorded at Black Entertainment Television at the
second annual BET Walk of Fame. Ironically this was the same day Tupac was murdered

Juniques Multi Cultural Connections

Culture to Culture Connections

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Images of Black Women (IBW) Film Festival, the UK’s only film festival dedicated to promote African Descent women in Cinema, is looking for sponsorship/partners for its 7th edition planned for March/April 2011.

IBW is the largest platform for women filmmakers, showcasing work by black female filmmakers as well as work that give a strong portrayal of black women. It features an eclectic mix of international films that depict the global black experience, which seeks to inspire and encourage more black women to enter and sustain a presence in the film industry.

The festival is an official annual event endorsed by the Mayor of London & which received continuous support from the UK Film Council & Film London. The next festival will be April 2011 with 2 pre-festival screening in March 2010 to mark the 100 years of International Women’s Month. On this occasion IBW plans a bigger festival & is looking for further sponsorships.

If you whish to reach Black Europeans in general, the UK or/and the French black communities, this is an opportunity for you to get direct access to an audience of women & men of 25 years old plus.

Our marketing tools include:

  • On screen advertising (5 days throughout 8 events minimum)
  • French TV partner (RFO: France mainland, Martinique & Guadeloupe)
  • IBW Website (12 000 to 30 000 hints during festival)
  • Festival souvenir magazine (15 000 distribution)
  • Festival Newsletter (reach of 35 000 + inboxes, includes UK & France)
  • Product distribution/placement
  • Stall space during festival

Please do contact us for our media pack and/or further infomation.

Sylviane Rano

IBW co-founder & Executive Director

Nucinema founder & Editor

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Join Us on the Radio Saturday 17th October

Did you know October is Black History Month in the UK?I will be on Diana Broomfield's radio show again this Saturday, 17th October.If you would like to join us, either by phoning in or in the chatroom, please do. The previous conversation was very lively, and this one promises to be so to. We will be talking about Black history and much more!Also, check out the new film based on my choreopoem.Click here to hear more radio interviews.
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The “Up in the Attic” MovieAn Important Educational Tool for the Hip Hop Generation“Let’s talk about Sex, Drugs & Hip Hop”Written & Directed by Kamal Imani“Many of us have spoken about the youth, but not with the youth”The new movie entitled “Up in the Attic” is the perfect conversation piece for engaging dialogue between today’s youth and their elders. Parents, educators, social workers, clergy and other professionals will find themes common to today’s youth such as; sex, drugs, violence, hip hop, peer pressure and other relevant subject matter.Up in the Attic has a comedic but realistic feel to it. Its backdrop is the 1980’s hip hop era in the Teaneck New Jersey (A Suburb of New York City) which is also near the urban areas of Paterson and Newark New Jersey. The DVD, which is now available on and major DVD websites, can be used for personal one on one discussion or in group or community settings.You can also invite the author and director Kamal Imani to your venue to speak with your youth or organization. In addition to his street smarts and notoriety as an established Spoken Word Performance Poet, Actor and community activist, Kamal has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the New York Institute of Technology and has attended Morehouse College, Bergen Community College, Teaneck High School, Computer Career Training Center and Kovat’s Real Estate School and is a husband and father residing in Englewood New Jersey.For more information or to have Kamal speak at your event or with your youth organization, contact Mr. Kevin Barksdale at 201-923-9213. For more information on the movie please visit http://www.upintheatticmovie.comJoin our social network at http://www.upintheattic.ning.comAdd us on MySpace at Kamal Imani

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