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Press Launch | December 5th at 5PM

The Salvador Black Film Festival (SBFF), an afro-descendant audiovisual platform, was launched in the Bahian capital (Brazil) on Thursday (12/05), at 5 pm, at Barroquinha Cultural Space, Afro Temple. Salvador is the first city to receive the edition in the southern hemisphere that will happen in November 2020. The festival will promote the exchange of art with afro protagonists through audiovisual. The platform is led by Fabienne Colas, named one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women and founder of 8 successful festivals in Canada, the United States, and Haiti. The event is affiliated with the Canadian Black Film Festivals of the Fabienne Colas Foundation – which includes the Montreal Intl Black Film Festival, the Toronto Black Film Festival and the Halifax Black Film Festival.

Salvador Black Film Festival – SBFF

Press Launch at Barroquinha Cultural Space, Afro-Brazilian Temple

Montreal Intl Black Film Festival – MIBFF

The Montreal Intl Black Film Festival is Canada’s largest Black Film Festival.

Toronto Black Film Festival – TBFF

The Toronto Black Film Festival is Canada’s biggest celebration of Black History Month through films and so much more.

Halifax Black Film Festival – HBFF

The Halifax Black Film Festival is the youngest Festival of it’s kind in Canada, celebrating African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia