12th Annual Black Film Festival

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February 13, 2024

The 12th annual Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF) is set to honor Pam Grier, the iconic Queen of Blaxploitation, for her groundbreaking contributions to Black representation and women’s roles in cinema, alongside celebrating the legacy of filmmaker Charles Officer. With over 80 films from 20 countries, including premieres and a diverse range of programming, TBFF serves as Canada’s largest celebration of Black History Month, aiming to amplify Black voices, promote diversity, and foster unity. Alongside screenings, the festival features panels, workshops, and performances, highlighting critical issues and showcasing emerging Black filmmakers. Supported by partners like TD Bank Group and Global News, TBFF continues to be a vital platform for authentic storytelling and cultural exchange, guided by the mission of the Fabienne Colas Foundation to promote diversity and inclusion in cinema and beyond.

Visit The Toronto Black Film Festival for the full press release and to purchase tickets

All Access passes are available for 149 as well as tickets for individual movies here

We are also doing a giveaway on our Instagram for tickets to see the premiere of Real Estate Sisters. Visit our Instagram For information on how to enter!

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