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San Francisco Black Film Festival XX A Platform for Priceless Moments, June 14-17
@SFBFF asks the public to get social with it! It's a call to action to post special moments of the past and to get ready to create special moments at the upcoming festival at various venues for "a tour of San Francisco."
By: San Francisco Black Film Festival
The San Francisco Black Film Festival is celebrating two decades of bringing together independent filmmakers, Hollywood, San Francisco Bay Area residents and visitors from around the world for films celebrating the African Diaspora. It's time to remember and post those "Selfies" to your social media and get ready for new ones as the San Francisco Black Film Festival XX hits the scene, June 14-17, 2018.
In the course of twenty years behind the headlines of A-list Hollywood actors, producers, and celebrities such as Danny Glover, Angela Bassett, Morgan Simpson, 50 Cent, Mario Van Peebles, Pemon Rami, Randall Emmett, Lynn Whitfield, Carl Lumbly, Ray Liotta, Terri J. Vaughn, Cuba Gooding Jr., Loretta Devine, Robert Townsend, Dennis Haysbert, Benjamin Bratt, Lisa Gay Hamilton, DeSean Jackson, Venus Williams, Serena Williams, Shabaka Henley, Ernie Hudson, Ted Lange, Michael Lange and a host of friends of SFBFF, there have been countless priceless moments as the African Diaspora ideas, concepts and insights have been introduced for all. San Francisco Black Film Festival XX is asking the public to share their @SFBFF moment on social media. Upload a photo on the Red Carpet, your photo of a panel discussion, or you and your friends at one of the many venues of the San Francisco Black Film Festival…from the Kabuki Theater, Brava Theater, The Roxie, The DeYoung Museum, the Coppola Theater at San Francisco State and more.
As San Francisco Black Film Festival 20/20 gives a historical redux and looks ahead, festival organizers ask the public to do the same. Use social media to upload photos or experiences from the past twenty years of the festival.
Do you have a selfie attending the festival? Upload your photos on Social Media now and get ready to add your presence to the wonderful array of moments and memories of the San Francisco Black Film Festival which was founded by the late arts impresario Ave Montague twenty years ago. And now her son, Kali O'Ray and his wife, Katerra Crossley, are leading The San Francisco Black Film Festival. It's a family affair. With family-friendly prices get ready for The San Francisco Black Film Festival XX, June 14-17, 2018, a look twenty years backward and twenty years forward.
Catch the 20/20 Vision! Upload your San Francisco Black Film Festival Moment on Social Media with "@SFBFF." Remember you can Google @SFBFF and find that lost photo or that star you met @SFBFF. Thanks for the memories on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Reddit and any other favorite social media platform.
For more about the San Francisco Black Film Festival visit http://www.sfbff.org. @SFBFF- https://twitter.com/
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