DON’T MISS IT!
DORMESHIA SUMBRY EDWARDS starring in
THE RISE & FALL OF MISS THANG in NYC!!!
Miss Thang screens in Harlem on Dec. 6, tickets on sale
The New York African Diaspora Film Festival will be
screening the award
winning HD feature, The Rise & Fall of Miss Thang, in
Thursday December 6. As a part of their Women's Indies
Thang" will shown with the short documentary Gene Boy Came
will be followed by a catered reception. The screening
will take place
at 8:30pm on December 6, 2007 at The Schomburg Center
located at 136th
street and Lenox. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased
special events and look for Women Indies Night).
The 15th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival (ADFF) is
New York a line up of 102 films from 37 countries. With its
Filmmaker in Residence program and two additional venues –
Center at Teachers College, Columbia University and the
– ADFF 2007 is bigger and more adventurous than ever.
ADFF's website for schedule and programs at
The Rise and Fall of Miss Thang tells the story of a young
woman who re-kindles her love for the art of tap dance.
recently won the Best Feature Narrative Award at the
Black Film Festival of Nashville. The film stars Dormeshia
Sumbry-Edwards, a world renowned tap dancer who made
history when she
became the first female dancer in Savion Glover's Bring in
Bring in 'Da Funk on Broadway.