Black Filmmaker Foundation (BFF)

About

BFF, the non-profit media arts organization founded in 1978 as the Black Filmmaker Foundation, is a product of the social and artistic consciousness that developed in the late sixties and early 1970s. BFF designs and administers programs that address the institutional disenfranchisement of black filmmakers and black audiences. As a result of this effort, BFF has for more than for two decades played a pivotal role in the emergence of the contemporary Back film movement. Now in its third decade of service, BFF has expanded its mission and constituency to include all filmmakers of color and include digital media, as well film and television.

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Involvement in film

BFF produces an annual film critical symposium at the Museum of the Moving Image.
MASSA'S GAZE (2014)
ENDANGERED BY THE MOVING IMAGE (2015)

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