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Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF) Announces Vital & Inspiring 18th Annual Program
+95 Films from 25 Countries with program starring Sidney Poitier, Colin Kaepernick, Gérard Depardieu, Danny Glover, Rosa Parks Souleymane Cissé & more! (Sept 20-25, 2022)
VIRTUAL & IN-PERSON PROGRAM
Always innovative, MIBFF is back stronger than ever with new additions to its bold programming, inspiring the next generation of Black artists in film and beyond! All films in 18th MIBFF program can be viewed online with the purchase of an All Access Pass - $99 | In-person All Access Pass - $119
The 18th Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF) created by the Fabienne Colas Foundation, is presented by Desjardins and runs from September 20 to 25, 2022 with a program starring: Colin Kaepernick, Souleymane Cissé, Gérard Depardieu, Ibrahim Koma, Maxim Khalil, Sidney Poitier, Chantel Riley, Dadju Karidja, Touré Brandon, Victor Dixon, Naturi Naughton, Thomas Sadoski, Orlando Jones, Kenneth Choi, William Fichtner, Kelly McCreary, Lázaro Ramos, Thomás Aquino, Keith David, Danny Glover, Louis Gossett Jr, Jennifer Holness, Rickey Jackson, Rosa Parks and more!
Complete Program, opening night VIP pass, All Access Pass & Tickets: www.MontrealBlackFilm.com
Interested media who wish to arrange screening passes and schedule interviews, contact WORKHOUSE Adam Nelson | email@example.com | +1 212.645.8006
This 18th edition's programming addresses essential topics such as history, social issues, racism, politics, women's issues, art, romance, and LGBTQ issues. The Festival's rich film selection comes from 25 countries, including France, Belgium, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Congo, France, Senegal, Serbia, the United States, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Lithuania, and more.
Online All Access Pass - $99 | In-person All Access Pass - $119
Regular Film Ticket – $12 | Opening Night – $25 | Closing Night - $20
*Fees: All prices are subject to services charges and taxes
For more information visit, http://www.MontrealBlackFilm.com
WORKHOUSE Adam Nelson