2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd (7th Ave Btw 121st & 122nd)
New York, NY 10027 Harlem Rate and review

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ImageNation Cinema Foundation is an imaginative Harlem-based non-benefit made to create silver screens and gatherings of people for autonomous movies and music, that portray the worldwide Black involvement. ImageNation will probably engage Black people group by showing an assortment of open projects that cultivate media value, media proficiency, solidarity, multifaceted trade and feature the mankind of Pan-African individuals around the world.

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ImageNation’s RAW SPACE, will be developed into the ImageNation Cinema Cafe, a boutique cinema highlighting global Black film and culture. ImageNation is a founding partner in AFFRM, a national film distribution collective, founded by Ava DuVernay.

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