Toronto Black Film Festival returns Feb. 10 to 15; opens with Spike Lee presents “manos sucias” by Josef Wladyka


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3rd Edition of TBFF – TORONTO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL will take place from FEB 10 – 15, 2015!
Website: www.torontoblackfilm.com
Twitter: @TOBlackFilmFest
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The Toronto Black Film Festival is about DISCOVERY & DIVERSITY! We’re devoted to sharing our stories and celebrating diversity within the various Black communities! TBFF is dedicated to giving unique voices in cinema the opportunity to present audiences with new ways of looking at the world. Our goal is to attract a diverse group of people both within the Black communities and other ethnic communities throughout the city.

TBFF was launched in February 2013 by President/Founder, Fabienne Colas and GLOBAL Toronto. It is a sister festival to Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF) which will be celebrating their 10th Anniversary this year.

The festival will screen a vast selection of films representing storylines about Black people from various countries around the globe including films from Nigeria’s growing film industry. TBFF is the first film festival to feature Nollywood films as part of their regular programming. We are devoted to celebrating the cinematic work of Black filmmakers and talent, and dedicated to providing the opportunity for filmmakers from all ethnic groups to share and promote authentic stories that reflect the true reality of Black people around the world.


DISCOVERY – Discovering and promoting talented artists & stories

DIVERSITY – Sharing diverse experiences & stories from the many cultures that make up the Black communities

AUTHENTICITY – True representation of Black people around the world

CELEBRATION – Celebrating Black culture, stories and talent

When we share our stories with viewers of all ethnic origins, we discover the differences that make us unique, and celebrate the values that are similar and bring us together. Coming together through art allows members of all cultural communities to better understand one another.

Website: www.torontoblackfilm.com
Twitter: @TOBlackFilmFest






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