Ava DuVernay’s I Will Follow, one of the most critically claimed independent African-American films to have been released in years, has just received another salutation. Film critic Roger Ebert, in a glowing review, called it “…one of the best films I’ve seen about the loss of a loved one.”
Watch Roger Ebert’s full review here
DuVernay, one of the co-founders of HelloBeautiful.com, is also the founder of the African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (AFFRM), a new theatrical distribution entity powered by the nation’s finest black film festival organizations. The collective will theatrically release quality independent African-American films through simultaneous limited engagements in select cities.
I Will Follow will be AFFRM’s first release, hitting theaters on Friday March 11 in:
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“We simply want to offer African-Americans quality black films, while at the same time create a safe haven for filmmakers of color to share their stories, their way,” says DuVernay.
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