March 11th, 2012  |  Published in Events

WeTheParty1 150x150 MARIO VAN PEEBLES WE THE PARTY COMES TO BOSTONOn February 18th The Roxbury International Film Festival partnered with the Pan African Film Festival to do a double screening on both coasts  at the same time so that Mario Van Peebles, director, producer and actor in the film spoke to the Boston audience via skype.  It was a great innovative moment for RIFF and we thank VERIZON our sponsor for this event and the film festival to take place in June 2012.  UMASS Boston’s Black Faculty and Staff Association was a great partner as well and the technical staff at UMASS is second to none. Thank you for a great evening

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