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Cast of FX Hit Series “Snowfall” To Discuss Show’s Legacy and John Singleton at PAFF

Monday, February 20 @ 6PM

LOS ANGELES, CAMembers of the cast of the FX hit series SNOWFALL  will discuss the importance of continuing the legacy of show creator John Singleton–one of the greatest storytellers of all time, and how FX’s SNOWFALL honored his vision. The panel will take place at the PAN AFRICAN FILM & ARTS FESTIVAL (PAFF) at the Cinemark Baldwin Hills & XD (4020 Marlton Ave.) on MON., FEB. 20 AT 6 P.M.  The panel is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC to attend.  RSVP at, keyword “Snowfall”.

AMIN JOSEPH (Jerome Saint), MICHAEL HYATT (Cissy Saint), and GAIL BEAN (Wanda Bell) will reflect on his memory together and share stories about the man they knew closely as a trailblazer, artist, mentor, and friend and how his legacy lives forever, through the powerful and unapologetically real stories he told that shared the beauty and hardships of the Black experience in America. 

The sixth and final season of SNOWFALL will return Feb. 22 at 10 p.m. ET on FX, and stream the next day on Hulu, the network announced. The premiere will include the first two episodes of the 10-episode final season.

After the panel, PAFF will announce the next stages of their JOHN SINGLETON SHORT FILM COMPETITION and award a selected production company $10,000 towards completing a film in honor of John Singleton. 

The panel is free and open to the public to attend.  RSVP at, keyword Snowfall.

Amin Joseph
Michael Hyatt
Gail Bean

FX’s “Snowfall” Legacy Panel

Monday, February 20, 2023

Cinemark Baldwin Hills & XD
4020 Marlton Avenue, Los Angeles


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About the Pan African Film & Arts Festival

Taking place February 9-20, 2023, in Los Angeles, the Pan African Film & Arts Festival (PAFF) presents and showcases a broad spectrum of Black creative works, particularly those that reinforce positive images and help to destroy negative stereotypes of Africans and African-Americans. Since 1992, PAFF has remained dedicated to the promotion of Black stories and images through the exhibition of film, visual art, and other creative expression. Today, PAFF is one of the largest and most prestigious Black film festivals in the U.S. and attracts local, national, and international audiences. In addition, it is an Oscar-qualifying festival for animation and live-action films, and one of the largest Black History Month events in America.

PAFF is sponsored in part by the City of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell through the Department of Arts and Culture, LA Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, LA Councilmember Curren Price, LA Councilmember Heather Hutt, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, LA Arts COVID-19 Relief Fund with the California Community Foundation, and the LA County COVID-19 Arts Relief Fund administered by the LA County Department of Arts and Culture.  

This year’s PAFF is presented by Stocker Street Creative, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, and FX Networks.

The Pan African Film Festival is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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