KVTV Access: 2014 New York African Film Festival

Yes its true, KVTV Access is back! We invaded the 2014 New York African Film Festival and caught up with Kenyan directors Ekwa Msangi and Nick Reding, both of whom had films screening at the festival.

We had a few drops from some very special guests, so check it out and drop us a note about what you think!

About New York African Film Festival

African Film Festival, Inc. is a a non-profit arts organization dedicated to advancing an enhanced understanding of African culture through the moving image. It offers diverse platforms for the wide distribution of African media through its flagship annual film festival and complementary year-round programming. AFF is committed to increasing visibility and recognition for African media artists by introducing African film and culture to a broad range of audiences in the United States and abroad, bypassing economic, class and racial barriers.

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