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Host A Screening of Paris Noir African Americans in Paris and Raise Money for your Organization

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Host A Screening of Paris Noir African Americans in Paris and Raise Money for your Organization

Host A Screening of African Americans in Paris

It’s been 100 years since jazz burst onto the French cultural scene, marched in by the 369th Harlem

 

Infantry Regiment during World War I. Thus began the love affair between France and African American music, art, literature, and culture.

 

Paris Noir -African Americans in the City of Light, a one-hour documentary by Blue Lion Films, tells that outstanding story of pioneering men and women who found liberté, egalité and fraternité (freedom, equality, and brotherhood) abroad, that they did not find at home in America.

Paris Noir has options for hosting, from educational viewing to screening as a fundraiser.
Choose a screening option that meets your needs:

High definition DVD to host and promote a single community film screening, INCLUDING Skype talk with one of the filmmakers, can introduce the film, the answer questions during a post-viewing Q&A. Includes 10 copies of the companion book African Americans in the City of Light for sale to your attendees. $250.00.

 

High definition DVD to host and promote a single community film screening, PLUS one of the filmmakers attend your screening, introduce the film, then answer questions and facilitate a community building exercise after the film. $500.00- + Lodging

Option for multiple screenings is available. Contact us for more information and pricing.
Increase your fundraising potential! Additional books available to sell at your event, or separately to raise funds for your organization.

Books must be ordered by the organizer in advance. Shipping cost is additional.
The organizer keeps 100% of the revenue from the sale of books. Discounts apply as follows:

10 -19 books = 10% off
20 – 29 books = 20% off
30 or more items = 25% off

For more information or to schedule a screening Email: info@africanamericansinparis.com

At the age of six, living in Chicago, Illinois, I saw Paris and San Francisco for the first time between the pages of my World Book Encyclopedias. That began my love affair with books and magazines. It also led me to declare that when I grew up I would live in San Francisco and Paris. While most of us never get to achieve our childhood dreams, I have been able to do so. I've lived in San Francisco since 1984 and got my first apartment in Paris in 2001. For nearly 18 years I have traveled between my two favorite cities on earth, while I enjoy a life of writing, coaching, and speaking. Life for me is a banquet and I am savoring every moment!

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