SMU: Waving Flag (movie preview & open forum discussion)

You are cordially invited to a private screening of the documentary ‘Waving Flag’ at SMU, Tuesday April 5th, 7:00 pm.

In an effort to celebrate the rich culture of Africans all over the world as well as bridge the gap between their African American counterparts, Southern Methodist University-African Student’s Association (SMU-ASO) is proud to host a documentary pre- screening, panel and open forum discussion.The evening will begin with an introduction from film director Victor Adetiba and producer David Solomon. They will be discussing their new documentary Waving Flag. Which shows us an intimate look at the streets of Nigeria. Attendees will have the opportunity to see excerpts from various interviews conducted with Nigerians who have lived their whole life in the United States and Nigerians who immigrated to the US. Both groups share similar day to day struggles due to their backgrounds.

A panel discussion will follow where the political landscape of African, media bias, healthcare, education, and other topics will be discussed. Then the floor will be opened for an open forum discussion with questions and comments from attendees.

I’ll be personally sending a private link to preview the movie trailer to all confirmed guests of the movie screening.  Confirm your attendance by leaving a comment here or, by confirming on the FaceBook event page:


Please come prepared to be educated and entertained. Thanks for your attendance, please invite your friends and family.

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-Adetiba ‘Super-Director’

~ by ADETIBA on March 29, 2011.

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