The 2000 Roxbury Film Festival

Special Guest
Topper Carew, Roxbury native and filmmaker extraordinaire, moderates a panel on Cross-Cultural Filmmaking.

Films
(Screened at Blackman Auditorium & Raytheon Amphitheater at Northeastern University)

  • Adrift (Finding the Courage to Follow Your Dreams) directed by Tom Curran
  • Black & White & Red All Over directed by DeMane Davis, Harry McCoy & Khari Streeter
  • The Blue Diner directed by Jan Egleson (excerpt)
  • Border Line Family Pictures directed by C.A. Griffith
  • Dog Days directed by Ellie Lee
  • Griot directed by S. Talibah Kennedy
  • Guilty or Not directed by Azeem Robinson Guttaperc directed by Andrew Millington
  • I Am A Man directed by Byron Hurt
  • Jubilee Singers: Sacrifice & Glory directed by Llewellyn Smith
  • Leroy Dubwise, P.I. directed by Mwalim Allah Nexus directed by Wesley Issac Richardson
  • Once Removed directed by Julie Malozzi
  • The Promise directed by K. Michael Jefferson
  • Some Kind of Funny Porto Rican (trailer) – directed by Claire Andrade Watkins
  • Sounds of Faith directed by Malinda M. Maynor
  • UnBowed: An American Love Story directed by Nanci Rossov
  • Understanding Me directed by Azeem Robinson

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