San Francisco Black Film Festival Adds New Leaders & Announces Festival Dates, June 17-20, 2021, Cicely Tyson Film Industry Icon Passes
Passion for family fuels the San Francisco Black Film Festival legacy as a new generation joins the worldwide African Diaspora affirming festival founded by late Arts Impresario, Ave Montague.
America’s largest Black film festival set for February 28 through March 14 The 29th Annual Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) will take place February 28 through March 14, 2021, and will be entirely virtual--a move festival organizers say will increase their audience and bring the African diaspora to film lovers around the world regardless of their physical location or travel budget.
Part 1 Happening Today... Part 2-February 27th. Click headline for details.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed's Statement on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Lauds President Joe Biden's VP Choice Kamala Harris
“Today we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, and we recommit to the vision and courage he embodied. More than ever, as we emerge from this pandemic, we must move this country forward to fulfill the ideals he fought for with his every breath," said Mayor London Breed. Read More