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IBDFF 2024

AWARDS | MAY 31

 

IBDFF2024 FLYER
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IBDFF 2024 IN-PERSON
SCREENING PROGRAM

We have scheduled in-person screenings for three days in May: Sunday, May 26; Thursday, May 30; and Friday, May 31. The Toronto Public Library's Downsview Branch, located at 2793 Keele St., Toronto, ON M3M 2G3, will host screenings on May 26 and 30. The screening and awards ceremony will take place on May 31 at the York Woods Library Theatre, located at 1785 Finch Ave W, North York, ON M3N 1M 6.

FEATURE PRESENTATION - (MAY 30)

OPENING FILM -  (MAY 26)

CLOSING FILM - (MAY 31)

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Every year, the International Black and Diversity Film Festival (IBDFF), an independent film festival, brings independent filmmakers from all over the world to Toronto, Canada. The festival showcases black and independent cinema, reflecting the diversity Toronto is renowned for.

The IBDFF focuses on films made by blacks and international films featuring black performers in significant roles; nevertheless, the festival is open to projects from all races. Individuals interested in learning about various cultures can see and appreciate independent cinema at IBDFF, along with films that promote a blend of cultural diversity.

Support IBDFF and let's all work together to promote independent black and diverse films! The IBDFF's mission is to establish a space that fosters and promotes the inclusion of black films while also promoting independent films in a diverse way. As we continue to seek distribution opportunities for our IBDFF nominees, and with your support our festival will continue to increase awareness of black and diverse films all year-round. 

 

We cannot do it alone, therefore we need your support, no matter how small, to get started. If we work together, we can make a difference and be a strong voice for independent black filmmakers, regardless of boundaries!

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