Films Music and Arts and the 5th annual WOCAF Festival
- WOCAF 2009 debuts its Visual Arts Exhibition which featured the selected works of women throughout the metro Atlanta area
Lauren Jefferson at WOCAF Festival 2009
Lecture/discussion on Sara Baartman with a book signing with the authors of “Sara Baartman and the Hottentot Venus: A Ghost Story and a Biography”, Professors Pamela Scully and Clifton Crais of Emory University.
Professors Pamela Scully and Clifton Crais of Emory University.
- The WOCAF Festival received a proclamation from the Atlanta city council recognizing the role of The WOCAF Festival in celebrating, promoting and exhibiting the creative endeavors’ of women of color in the arts and film.
- Hope directed by Atiya Wheelings
- I’m Not directed by Britney
- Mufaro’s Other Daughter directed by Kia M Neal
- The Life and Times of Sara Baartman