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Can’t decide what to watch during #TBFF16? Our awesome programming team can help you!

. Can’t decide what to watch during #TBFF16? Our awesome programming team can help you! Emile Castonguay – TBFF Co-founder / Programming Director and Joyce Fuerza – Programmer / Programming Coordinator accepted to share the top 15 films that really touched them. Narrowing down to 15 films was not an easy task – since they… Read more »

THE BLACK PANTHERS

#TBFF16 Special US Program

. 2016  commemorates 50 years since the creation of the Black Panther Party. What a better year for #TFF16 to offer our audiences a Special American Program featuring 23 American films, discussions and more – thanks to the support of the US Embassy !   NARRATIVE FEATURE FILMS Christmas Wedding Baby – Feb 11, 7pm… Read more »


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Tribute to ALFRE WOODARD at Toronto Black Film Festival #TBFF16

. Oscar-nominated actress ALFRE WOODARD will receive inaugural CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD at 4th annual Toronto Black Film Festival #TBFF16   Followed by the International Premiere of Ben Bowman’s KNUCKLEHEAD + Q&A  Saturday, February 13, 2016, 9PM at Jackman Hall – Art Gallery of Ontario click here for more infos  Award-winning actor Alfre Woodard (12 Years… Read more »

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GUESS WHO’S COMING TO #TBFF16

  HERE’S THE LIST OF THE FABOLOUS DIRECTORS, ACTORS, PRODUCERS WHO WILL BE ATTENDING AT THE #TBFF16 !! FEB. WED, 10 : THINA SOBABILI (THE TWO OF US) Ernest Nkosi : Producer/Writer/Director, Enos Manthata : Producer/Art Director, Katleho Twala : Producer/Associate, Thato (DH) Dhladla :Producer/Actor FEB. THU, 11 : CHRISTMAS WEDDING BABY  Kiara C. Jones : Director FEB. THU, 11 : EAVESDROPPING ON… Read more »

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Toronto Black Film Festival celebrates diverse cinema (TheStar.com)

Article From theStar.com : Fabienne Colas started black film festivals in Montreal and Toronto to address the same diversity issues plaguing the Academy Awards, as Hollywood navigates bold-face boycotts and an intensified repeat of last year’s #OscarsSoWhite social media protest. “It’s like déjà vu but the difference this time is you need to do something… Read more »