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"No Pigeon Holes" San Francisco Black Film Festival XXI, June 13-16, 2019
The San Francisco Black Film Festival continues it's tradition of being held over Father's Day Weekend and near Juneteenth providing "out of the box" cinema experiences. Book your reservation to San Francisco for multicultural African Diaspora fun.
San Francisco Black Film Festival
P.O. Box 15490
San Francisco, CA 94115
San Francisco Black Film Festival XXI
"No Pigeon Holes"
The San Francisco Black Film Festival celebrating twenty-one years of "out of the box" cinema experiences, brings together independent filmmakers and Hollywood veterans over Father's Day Weekend. It all begins Thursday, June 13 through Sunday, June 16, 2019. There are "no pigeon holes" at the San Francisco Black Film Festival, expect themes as diverse as the African Diaspora. Multicultural filmmakers share their point of view for, by and about the African Diaspora for all audiences.
In the course of twenty-one years, the San Francisco Black Film Festival highlighting the experiences of the worldwide African Diaspora has brought the Bay Area, A-list Hollywood actors and producers such as San Francisco's own Danny Glover, Terri Vaughn, Carl Lumbly, Mario Van Peebles, Dennis Haysworth, and Shabaka Henley. Audiences have enjoyed others such as Angela Bassett, Morgan Simpson, 50 Cent, Lynn Whitfield, Ray Liotta, Cuba Gooding Jr., Loretta Divine, Robert Townsend, Lisa Gay Hamilton, DeSean Jackson, Venus Williams, Serena Williams, Ernie Hudson and more.
As always the venues change as the San Francisco Black Film Festival gives you a tour of San Francisco with locations like AMC 1000 Van Ness, the Kabuki Theater, Brava Theater, The Roxie, The DeYoung Museum, the Coppola Theater at San Francisco State, The Commonwealth Club, Temple Emanu-El, The African American Cultural Complex, and more.
The late arts impresario Ave Montague founded San Francisco Black Film Festival twenty-one years ago. And now her son, Kali O'Ray and his wife, Katera Crossley, are leading The San Francisco Black Film Festival. It's a family affair. The San Francisco Black Film Festival represents a rare entity as its one of the few legacy organizations passed down from one generation to another. Much like generational businesses, Fred Jordan's Bar and Grill in the Bay view or Two Jacks Nik's Place Restaurant in the Lower Haight, the San Francisco has brought many good times to San Franciscans and visitors over the years.
With family-friendly prices get ready for The San Francisco Black Film Festival XXI, June 13-16, 2019. For more updates as films are curated, check out the San Francisco Black Film Festival at www.sfbff.org, "Healing the World One Film At A Time."
Keep the tradition strong, become a sponsor visit www.sfbff.org or contact, Jackie Wright at jackiewright@
More About Festival Directors, Kali O'Ray & Katera Crossley
San Francisco Black Film Festival Isn't Just for One Race
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