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22nd Annual African American Women In Cinema Film Festival
New York City
March 26-28, 2020
The 22nd Annual AAWIC Film Festival is pleased to announce the Red Carpet Opening Night taking place March 26, 2020 at St. Francis College located at 180 Remsen St #4305, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Beginning at 6:00pm with the VIP Reception followed by the film screening program.
This year, the Opening Night will feature a special screening premiere of “What’s in a Name: The Alfredo Versace Story.” This historic documentary is Executive Produced by Terra Renee (The AAWIC Organization President) as well as Genna Gordon and Produced by Anita Sayago. The film is a TNG Films and Black Ink Pictures that was Directed by award winner, Terence Gordon.
“What’s in a Name: The Alfredo Versace Story” shows how Alfredo was raised from humble beginnings, built a fortune while helping to globalize the Versace brand only to be stripped of his name and have it all taken away. It will also depict how after Gianni Versace was murdered in Miami, Gianni’s sister Donatella Versace took over the company and won a lawsuit against Alfredo barring him from using his last name commercially.
A question and answer segment will follow the documentary screening with Mr. Alfredo Versace and the film Director as well as Producers. This segment will be moderated by, Khalilah Angela Webster, CEO, Business Expert and Author of #Shewins!

Get your ticket today!! Seating is very Limited!!
Opening Night Ticket & Reception
Admission: $35.00
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