New Voices in Black Cinema returns for its fifth year with narrative features, documentaries, and shorts that redefine the black experience in America and around the world.

Presented in partnership with ActNow Foundation. Since its founding in 2005, the ActNow Foundation has been a production company and advocate for diverse, independent filmmakers and playwrights interested in producing work reflecting the infinite range of African-American and Latino experiences across the globe. ActNow hosts regular events in Brooklyn to showcase the best in independent theater and film. Additionally, they are dedicated to fostering the growth of New York’s brightest and most talented through regular panels, speakers, and workshops.

Part of BAMcinématek

*[From BAM website]

The Festival Runs from March 26-29 2015 in Brooklyn New York.

Here’s a trailer for one of the films to be featured at the festival; the Nigerian horror written and directed by C.J. Obasi: ‘Ojuju’