A Film Festival
2 future 4 it's own good.

A grassroots endeavor to connect Black Femmes through-out the African diaspora through the medium of film.


Missed the 4th Annual Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest? Don’t worry come and catch a few films with us in a safe and socially distant way! There will be a series of workshops focused on sustainability and emergency preparedness from 3:30 – 6:30pm. We will be hosting a panel on climate change featuring prominent black femme leaders who specialize in environmental liberation. Also learn where you can schedule your COVID Vaccince courtesy of the Baltimore City Health Department.

DATE: 10/23/2021 | 930 Whitelock St. Baltimore MD 21217
Join Maha Chielo and The Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival for a screening of the Blacklight pilot table read and conversation on climate justice with Rev. Houston R. Cypress, co-founder of Love The Everglades Movement, and Valencia “Vee” Gunder, founder of The Smile Trust. We encourage attendees to donate to these orgs in place of a ticket admission to support the organizations’ work for land protection, education, and disaster relief.

Tickets go on sale August 18th! Join us for 7 days and nearly 50 films by Black femme filmmakers and protagonists too future for their own good!

Catch the 7 shorts we’ve chosen to represent our festival theme and join us and The Parkway Theatre on Facebook for a live Q+A with the filmmakers and DJ set! Click here to get your tickets now.

DATE: 2/13/2021 – 2/15/2021

Join us Sept 29th at 7pm EST for a conversation with the Executive Producer of HBO’s Betty Alliah Sophia Mourad and TV Writer (Westworld) Gina Atwater, moderated by founder of the Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest, Nia Hampton and powered by HBO POV

Autostraddle writer Shelli Nicole shares her virtual experience at this year’s Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival

DATE: 9/11/2020

With over 50 cinematic works, including documentaries, narratives, both long and short, made for and by black femmes this third annual festival will be screened virtually – starting Friday, September 4th and lasting until Monday September 7th. The entire virtual festival is powered by Seed&Spark and sponsored by ARRAY and the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. Click here 4 tickets!

May 5th, marked the 3rd year of existence for the Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest. DATE: 5/5/2020

Join us May 17th at 6pm CST/7pm EST. We are partnering with Houston Museum of African American Culture (HMAAC) to bring you the Taste Test Virtual Shorts Program! Taste Test is a serving of animated, experimental, and horror short films that center the Black Femme as a global protagonist.

The grants recognize regional film festivals, screening series, arts advocates, filmmakers, creators and journalists.

DATE: 4/27/2020

Here is how you can help.

DATE: 4/3/2020


We are defining femme through gender expression.
If you identify as femme, send your work!


We are defining black as African and descendants of African people. As long as your race is black we are looking for you, regardless of your ethnicity and nationality.