A couple of days ago we attended the Pan African Film Festival during NBA All Star Weekend, and we were able to get on the red carpet for the kick off of the festival. While we were there we were able to get several interviews in the frenzy of stars who attended the event, and as you will see in the interview below.
The film that kicked off the festival was the film titled 35 and Ticking written and directed by Russ Parr. This film not only stars Whitfield, it also stars Meagan Good, Nicole Are Parker, Kevin Hart, Mike Epps, Tamala Jones, Luenell and was Executive Produced by Parr and Kym Whitley amongst others.
This interview is one of the funniest we did all weekend as you will have to see to believe!
The festival, started in 1992 by actor Danny Glover, actress Ja’Net Dubois and festival executive director Ayuko Babu, and will feature 121 films — 75 feature-length and 46 shorts — from 31 countries.
The Pan African Film Festival event is supposedly the largest black film festival in the United States.
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