“FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade” Selected for 11th Annual ASU Black Film Festival

Fresh off a successful viewing at the prestigious Lincoln Center in New York, our movie tour continues as the award winning documentary film, “FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade (The Story Of A Movement)” will screen for two days in Montgomery, Alabama for the 11th Annual ASU Black Film Festival. The first screening will be on Friday, August 23rd, 4:30pm in the John Garrick Harvey Student Center on the campus of Alabama State University (1055 Tullibody Drive, Montgomery, AL 36104). FREE!!

The second day screening will be held at the Capri Theater (1045 E. Fairview Ave), 6:30pm and this screenings is also FREE!


About the 11th Annual Black Film Festival:
The 11th Annual Alabama Black Film Festival invites you to Black Films Unchained at the Capri Theatre. Doors open at 9am and films show all day. The first 100 patrons get free popcorn and soda. This year along with Indie short films and the classic 1950 Jackie Robinson Story we will feature 42 and Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained and the acclaimed, timely Soulfood Junkies by Byron Hurt. Come and have a good time and maybe win a prize or two.

Here’s the trailer for the “FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade (The Story Of A Movement)”:

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