From June 15-18 ADIFF Chicago celebrates its 20th anniversary by showcasing films that give voice to misrepresented Black & Indigenous experiences
— ADIFF Chicago
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 25, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ — From June 15-18, the Chicago African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF Chicago) celebrates its 20th anniversary with programs and screenings at the Film Center and Facets Multimedia. The films selected will have their Chicago premiere in this international film festival that, since its inception, presents culturally significant films that explore the Black and Indigenous experience, giving a multidimensional voice to often misrepresented realities and peoples.
Several films in this year’s festival explore the interaction between immigrants and their surroundings. In Opening Night film LUDI by Edson Jean (USA) – sponsored by the DuSable Heritage Association and The Haitian American Museum of Chicago – we follow Haitian nurse Ludi Alcidor as she embarks on a frantic scour through Miami’s private care-taking world in an increasingly desperate attempt to send money to her family in Haiti. ANGELS ON DIAMOND STREET by Petr Lom (Netherlands/USA) follows three African American women fighting for social justice in a black church in Philadelphia with their soup kitchen and…
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