17TH FIFBM: AN EDITION MORE RELEVANT THAN EVER

17TH FIFBM: AN EDITION MORE RELEVANT THAN EVER

17th FIFBM: an edition more relevant than ever Diversity and representation have been hot topic issues for a long time, in film and elsewhere. The rights of Black people have also long been defended by progressive observers. Still, the Black Lives Matter movement was...

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TRIBUTE & INTIMATE CONVERSATIONS

TRIBUTE & INTIMATE CONVERSATIONS

TRIBUTE & INTIMATE CONVERSATIONS This year, the Festival is honored to present the MIBFF 2021 Career Achievement Award to Cesar winning actor Omar Sy (Lupin, The Untouchables); award winning Haitian-Canadian visual artist and filmmaker, Martine Chartrand (Black...

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BEING BLACK IN TORONTO WINS 2021 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS…

BEING BLACK IN TORONTO WINS  2021 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS…

BEING BLACK IN TORONTO WINNER OF BEST DIRECTION IN A DOCUMENTARY SERIES AT THE 2021 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS PART OF FABIENNE COLAS FOUNDATION’S BEING BLACK IN CANADA PROGRAM – Produced by Zaza Production and broadcast on CBC  (Toronto, May 18, 2021) – BEING...

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Inaugural OTTAWA BLACK FILM FESTIVAL – #OBFF21

Inaugural OTTAWA BLACK FILM FESTIVAL – #OBFF21

Ottawa, March 4, 2021 – The Fabienne Colas Foundation – creator of Canada’s largest Black Film Festival: the Montreal Black Film Festival, the hugely popular Toronto Black Film Festival as well as the Halifax Black Film Festival – is proud and thrilled to announce that the Black Film Festival movement will be expanding to Ottawa, Canada’s capital and the city that holds the country’s third largest Black population.

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