This article was written by Kidane Mariam.
Haile Gerima, the internationally acclaimed director of Teza, Adwa, Bush Mama and Sankofa, hosted a discussion on the challenges of independent film-making last week here in New York.
The public discourse was part of a series of events designed to promote the release of Gerima’s latest film Teza.
The Q & A session, moderated by Tigist Selam, was held on Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute.”
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