“FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade” Official Selection – San Francisco Black Film Festival 2012

“FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade (The Story Of A Movement)” is an official selection of the 14th annual 2012 San Francisco Black Film Festival. We appreciate them (Executive Director, Kali O Ray) for recognizing the movie’s importance to our global community. If you’re in or near the Bay area, be sure to catch this exclusive screening during their 14th anniversary festival June 15, 16, 17, 2012. “FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade” (The Story Of A Movement) will be screening on Saturday, June 16, 2012 at The Social Study (1795 Geary Blvd, San Francisco · [415] 292-7417), 8pm.

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The San Francisco Black Film Festival (SFBFF) will celebrate its 14th anniversary June 15, 16, 17, 2012.

The San Francisco Black Film Festival was founded with the artistic vision to provide a platform for Black filmmakers, screenwriters, and actors to present their art. As a competitive film festival, SFBFF identifies filmmakers, screenwriters, and actors that are emerging as talents and established artists who are contributing to the cinematic legacy of African Americans. SFBFF conscientiously expands the notions of “Black film-making” to a global perspective. Hence, film submissions are accepted worldwide from filmmakers and screenwriters who are of African descent or feature actors representing the African Diaspora. SFBFF is managed by a dedicated advisory board of 10 artists, business people, film industry and other professionals.

SFBFF has presented 14 annual festivals featuring over 1100 films including features, documentaries, and shorts. Audiences, film submissions, community and business support have steadily grown over the years. In 2002, the Urban Kidz Festival was added to provide young people between the ages of 5-12 the opportunity to view films created by African Americans geared toward young people and their families, and we are looking forward to presenting it again this year!

“FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade” (Movie Trailer)

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