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"E Minha Cara (That’s My Face)," a new documentary by Fort Greene director Thomas Allen Harris (pictured), will come to a television near you - assuming you have cable - courtesy of the Sundance Channel on June 9 at 9 pm.

The film follows Harris’ journey to the city of Salvador Da Bahia in Brazil. Shot on silent Super 8 film, and shifting between color and black-and-white, the film weaves myth, fantasy and documentary into Harris’ search for Orishas, the African deities who make up the core of the Afro-Brazilian religious practice of Candomble.

The film’s score was composed by Vernon Reid, former guitarist of the rock group Living Colour. For more information, go to on the Web.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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