Mohammed Kamara believes that film is the true universal language. It certainly has been for him. As a boy in Guinea, West Africa, he was exposed to cinema through the World Health Organization and the American Red Cross. "They used to bring 16-millimeter projectors in the back of a Land Rover jeep, and they would crank it up in the middle of the village and hang up a white sheet of cloth for a screen. They were about health and... More >>>
Pan-Cultural Film Festival
The festival will showcase the talents of Trinh Minh-ha, who made A Tale of Love.