It is the story of Ajuwa, a Ghanaian warrior, who loses her soulmate to the slave trade. Their souls reunite in the present in the form of Malinda Benjamin, a Senator in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Alphonse Walcott, a gifted writer who has returned from New York. But the…Buy tickets
Christian, Ben and Jean-Marie are fighting for political change of power and free elections in their country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. But the incumbent President refuses to relinquish power. How can the course of events be changed? Must they join forces with the historical opposition leader and his…Buy tickets
Produced by the late Jonathan Demme, The Foreigner’s Home is a provocative and timely meditation on some of humanity’s oldest divisions, exploring Morrison’s artistic and intellectual vision through a series of candid exchanges about race, identity, immigration, “foreignness,” and art’s redemptive power.Buy tickets
Programs of films and conversations spotlighting the identity politics associated with "Black Panther" the film.
Every year, hundreds of students in New York City attend FREE ADIFF School Program screenings. All schools invited!
Post-war UK experienced a massive arrival of people from the Caribbean, known as the Windrush. In the 1980’s arrived from Africa wealthy Nigerians and Ghanaians alongside rural migrants and refugees from Somalia and Zimbabwe. This massive presence of black people gave the nation a new flavor. ADIFF’s Windursh program illustrates Black life in the UK with the presentation of recent and classic films.