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The 6th Annual “Black Oscars” with Omarosa, Claudia Jordan, Jackie Christie, Michael Jae White, Glynn Turman and others

The 6th Annual “Black Oscars” with Omarosa, Claudia Jordan, Jackie Christie, Michael Jae White, Glynn Turman and others

The 6th Annual “Black Oscars” with Omarosa, Claudia Jordan, Jackie Christie, Michael Jae White, Glynn Turman and others

The Most Prestigious US African Awards Prepares for over 3000 Illustrious Entertainment Influencers

On November 19, 2016, known as the “Black Oscars”; the 6th Annual NAFCA and The NAFCA Honors Hollywood 2016 Awards will be held at the historic Alex Theatre, 216 North Brand Boulevard, Glendale, CA 91203; produced by the I Dream 4 All Foundation, a recognized 501c3. These prestigious awards draw filmmakers and dignitaries from around the world and is designed to globally promote African Cinema and culture.

Considered the highest internationally recognized African awards in Hollywood, the NAFCA Honors are awarded to recognize outstanding individuals whose professional careers have been marked by extraordinary personal and professional accomplishments. Honorees and winners are awarded the NAFCA Trophies, officially the Award of Merit.

The NAFCA Honors Hollywood 2016 Honorees are DR. ALEXANDER CUMMINGS JR. (Image & Humanitarian Awards), NANCY WILSON (Singer, Lifetime Achievement in Entertainment), REGINALD T. DORSEY (Film and Television Actor/Filmmaker/Image Award), ZANE (Award winning

Author / Literary Art Award), TED WIZARD MILLS (Lifetime Achievement in Entertainment) with a special tribute to famed photographer, the late Bill Jones.

Hosted by Actress Claudia Jordan and Actor Writer Michael Adegoke, the yearly NAFCA & NAFCA Honors Hollywood 2016 merges the Africa diaspora with U.S. African American entertainment influencers. The results? Attendance of over 3000 VIP guests worldwide consisting of dignitaries, global diplomats, Hollywood stars and African movie Stars. In addition, this celebrated night will be taped for distribution reaching over 40 million USA and over 700 million African viewers.

The “Black Oscars”, (NAFCA Film Awards) consist of over 30 categories of competition (below is the complete list of nominees and presenters).

Wrapped around the awards is planned a fabulous red carpet pre-show and a VIP after party making this event the talk of the town for the who’s who in the entertainment industry!

The “Black Oscars” presenters include: Reality Star/Pastor Omarosa, BasketBall Wives Jackie Christie, Emmy Award Winner Glynn Thurman, Actors Michael Jai White, Patrick Faucette, Trae Ireland, Actresses Jacqueline Flemming, Reatha Grey, Honorary Consul for Sierra Leone Isatu N. Timbo to name a few. For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/AfricanNAFCA

Ticket prices range from $50 to $100 with special rates for students and group. Portions of the proceeds will go to I Dream 4 All Foundation, a 501.C.3 Charity founded by Tina Weisinger. I Dream 4 All Foundation is the underwriter of the NAFCA Awards. Portion of the proceeds will assist hurricane Matthew victims and Haitian communities in Florida.

SCHEDULE OF THE DAY:

THE NAFCA RED CARPET- 4:00 PM-6:45PM THE NAFCA ~ SHOW- 7:00 PM-10:00PM

THE NAFCA CELEBRITY AFTERPARTY- 10:00 PM ~ 2:00 AM

To purchase tickets, online go to http://bit.ly/NAFCAtickets

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/AfricanNAFCA or call (310) 779-9387

For media credentials, please email KimiRhochelle at media@krprmedia.com

For red carpet credentials, please email talent@krprmedia.com

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ABOUT NAFCA

http://bit.ly/AfricanNAFCA

The Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards, commonly known as The NAFCA, are U.S. awards for achievements in the film industry and The NAFCA Honors are awarded to recognize outstanding individuals whose professional careers have been marked by extraordinary personal and professional accomplishments. Honorees and winners are awarded the NAFCA Trophies, officially the Award of Merit that is much better known by its nickname NAFCA. The awards, first presented in 2011 at the RTP Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham North Carolina, are overseen by the Nollywood Film Critics USA. The NAFCA Special Honors were presented for the first time in 2011 to President Nelson Mandela. Recipients of this award in subsequent years include His Imperial Majesty Kabiyesi Alaiyeluwa Oba Okunade Sijuwade Olubuse II The Ooni of Ife, James Brown, Bobby Womack, President Paul Biya, President Yahya Jammeh of The Gambia, Dr. Folorunsho Alakija, Oscars’ award winner Louis Gossett Jr., Hollywood actors Glynn Thurman, Keith David, Marla Gibbs, Steven Williams and Lawrence Hilton Jacobs among others. The NAFCA and The NAFCA Honors are presented yearly during the second weekend in September. The NAFCA is designed to globally promote African Cinema and culture. The prestigious NAFCA and The NAFCA Honors are awards of merit and are considered the highest African film and honorary awards. The 6th NAFCA and The NAFCA Honors 2016 awards will hold on the 19th of November at the historic Alex Theatre of Glendale, California USA.

ABOUT I DREAM 4 ALL FOUNDATION

The I Dream 4 All Foundation mission is to support children, young people and families by providing opportunities to scholarships, community services and other needs.

ABOUT KRPR MEDIA

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KimiRhochelle is an Entertainment Publicist and owner of one of the sought after PR, Entertainment and Branding Firm- KRPR Media. As a seasoned PR, Event & Entertainment Specialist/Publicists as well as Project Manager; she provides solutions that includes Internet Advertising, Digital Media, Social Network Marketing, Red Carpet Production, Artist Relations, Media Placement, Media Releases, Media Centers and more through KRPR Media www.krprmedia.com. In addition, KimiRhochelle is co-owner of Urban Lyfestyles Magazine, a global lifestyles online magazine that features various aspects of the urban communities.

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