Christiane Badgley

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Christiane Badgley,  is a documentary editor & director began her career in SF Bay Area working with acclaimed director Marlon Riggs. Finished his last work, Black Is Black Ain’t (posthumously) Long interest in African subjects, first worked in Ghana more than 25 years ago. Worked on a  film called Guangzhou Dream Factory about the African community in Guangzhou, China. Guangzhou Dream Factory will premiere in Los Angeles at the Pan African Film Festival on Saturday, February 11th at 2pm. (at Cinemark RAVE – Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Cinemas) 

Ayuko Babu is the Founder of the Pan African Film Festival. THE PAN AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 25TH YEAR
ANNIVERSARY, FEBRUARY 9-20, 2017 WITH THE LARGEST SELECTION OF BLACK MOTION PICTURES EVER SCREENED IN THE WORLD.Established in 1992, The Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is a non-profit 501(c)(b) corporation dedicated to the promotion of cultural understanding among peoples of African descent. Every year, PAFF showcases hundreds of quality new films, fine artists and unique craft persons from America, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin and Europe. The festival features red carpet screenings and a variety of other special events including panels headed by industry professionals. PAFF has premiered a host of top black films including Think Like a Man, Free Angela and Love & Basketball, Miles Ahead and many more. The festival also presents awards ~ Life Achievement, Canada Lee and Beah Richards ~ in recognition of key industry players and rising stars


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