Celebrating five years of Hip-Hop Cinema, Education, Art and Culture, the H2O [Hip-Hop Odyssey] International Film Festival (H2OIFF) will officially launch this Thursday, May 31st at the ImaginAsian Theatre.
From May 31 â€" June 17, 2007 New York City will be the home of the largest Hip-Hop film festival in the world, screening over 100 media pieces, including 9 premier panels. During the first weekend of the festival, three opening panels include; In Living Color: The Hip-Hop Actorâ€™s Studio; Bigger than Hip-Hop: Addressing Exploitation, Violence and the Need for Humanity; & Hip-Hopâ€™s Monopoly: Hip-Hopâ€™s Stake in Art, Media, Education, Activism, Business, Sports, Politics and Spirituality.
The opening panel sponsors include SOHH/FreshFlixx.com, Third World Newsreel, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) and Breakthrough TV, The Ave Magazine and The Temple of Hiphop.
All panels are FREE, appropriate for all ages, and open to the community.
Friday, June 1, 6:00pm - 7:30 pm
In Living Color: The Hip-Hop Actorâ€™s Studio
Sponsored by SOHH/FreshFlixx.com