One Night in Brooklyn…The Diaspora Stood Up, Part 2 Tuesday 08 May, 2012

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Are you ready to party?! Well, this isn’t just some quick thrill… Last month we introduced you to Esosa Edosomwan, creator of the next great house party film, One Night in Brooklyn. The party is fun, but not without drama. Young twentysomething’s from Ghana, Haiti, Ethiopia, Venezuela, Trinidad, the United States and more are faced […]

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Are you ready to party?! Well, this isn’t just some quick thrill… Last month we introduced you to Esosa Edosomwan, creator of the next great house party film, One Night in Brooklyn. The party is fun, but not without drama. Young twentysomething’s from Ghana, Haiti, Ethiopia, Venezuela, Trinidad, the United States and more are faced with some hard decisions as they confront betrayal and question how committed they are to their dreams, friends and partners in this TransAfrican coming of age story.

Well, we all know it’s a little tacky to show up to someone’s house, laugh it up, enjoy the music, eat all the food, but not contribute anything to the pot. So, please make a donation any amount you can now to, One Night in Brooklyn, a great film that can only happen with your support. Hear Esosa’s creative inspirations for One Night in Brooklyn, how you can support, and beautiful thoughts on what it means to Live Unchained in our virtual chat below.

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