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ABFFAmerican Black Film Festival
ABFFAcapulco Black Film Festival (now American Black Film Festival)
ABFFAdelebser Bündnis für Familienfreundlichkeit
ABFFAsian Buddhist Film Festival (Singapore)
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The 2011 American Black Film Festival, which marks it's fifteen year anniversary this year, will have a slew of legendary filmmakers on hand including Spike Lee, John Singleton, Bill Duke, Robert Townsand, and Keenan Ivory Wayans who will be honored at this years festival.
American Black Film Festival (Miami) $20,000 Blockbuster audience award for best feature film.
The diversification of the entertainment sector and development of creative and business opportunities for African Americans inspired the partnership between black enterprise and Film Life, the company behind the American Black Film Festival, that formed ABFF Ventures.
* Eighth Annual American Black Film Festival. South Beach.
Reviewed at American Black Film Festival, Miami, June 28, 2002.
* 7th Annual American Black Film Festival. Royal Palms and Loews Hotels.
* 6th Annual American Black Film Festival. Event formerly held in Acapulco relocates to U.S.
(In American Black Film Festival.) Running time: 50 MIN.
His latest film, In the Hive premiered at the American Black Film Festival and was screened at this year's Black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf & Tennis Challenge.
THIS YEAR ALONE HE'S screened roughly 500 films for the American Black Film Festival. One of his all-time favorite movies is Spike Lee's Get on the Bus, about a group of men trekking across the country to attend the Million Man March: "I'm moved by black people collaborating with one another," he says.
"We need more African Americans with significant financial resources to partner with filmmakers in the marketing and distribution of independent black films," asserts Jeff Friday, founder of the American Black Film Festival, which has provided a showcase for independent directors.
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