Highlights from the 7th Annual Africa World Documentary Film Festival

Ephrem Andemariam, one of the organizers of the 7th Annual E. Desmond Lee African world Documentary Film Festival, joins “Frames” host Jim Althoff with highlights of nine films. From a bio pic of Mozambique’s first President, Sanora Machel, to a project that brought 28 white men to Ethiopia and Uganda to be fathers to fatherless children, from a rugby coach who brings young African-American boys and girls to China to play rugby to the story of Asni, an Ethiopian superstar, the films run the gamut from politics and history to culture, sports civil rights and reconciliation.

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Highlights from the 7th Annual Africa World Documentary Film Festival

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am