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#BFSFF

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

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Run That Back: Access 2 Power is a virtual reprise of a short film block from the 2019 fest exploring the ways Black femmes grapple with power, or the lack thereof in their lives. Live Q&A with filmmakers moderated by activist Samantha Master to follow. REGISTER NOW

Submission is open! This year’s theme is: LEGACY. What are you leaving for the others who will certainly come behind you? What have you created for your descendants?

regular Deadline: 6/29/2020  |   late Deadline: 7/1/2020

Recorded Q&A of Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival Founder, Nia Hampton, and participating filmmakers from the Taste Test Virtual Shorts screening.

DATE: 5/17/2020

We are excited to announce the launch of our very own membership program! This is a way to stay connected with our gracious supporters, grow our community, and continue to support Black Femme storytellers.
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

HOW ARE WE DEFINING FEMME?

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

HOW ARE WE DEFINING BLACK?

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.