Thank You For Your Support!

Since its inception, Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest has curated a community of film lovers who are dedicated to support and patron Black femme storytellers. Becoming a member is a fantastic way to keep the mission alive while enjoying great cinema and awesome perks!

Networking Access

Seed&Spark Consult

*Only available for past volunteers and alumni (filmmakers who have previously screened with us)

Networking Access

Flat Rate Submission Fee of $25 

Seed&Spark Consult

Official BFSFilmFest Poster (mailed)

Networking Access

Flat Rate Submission Fee of $25 

Seed&Spark Consult

Script Analysis w/ Moon Ferguson (short films/ web series) up to 30 pages

Official BFSFilmFest Poster & Patch (mailed)

Networking Access

Flat Rate Submission Fee of $25 

Seed&Spark Consult

Script Analysis w/ Moon Ferguson  (features/ series)

Official BFSFilmFest Poster, Patch & Gold Pin (mailed)

Learn More About Our Membership Perks

We’ve created a facebook group exclusively for members where we will be hosting Q+A’s with established and emerging filmmakers, community movie nights and other cool opportunities as they come our way!
You will receive a code that allows you to pay the flat rate submission fee of $25 from now until our late submission deadline on July 1st.

We’re pleased to announce that we have a new partnership with Seed&Spark, a crowdfunding platform with the lowest fees, the highest campaign success rate in the world (80%), and a track record of setting filmmakers on a path to success. Crowdfunding is not a stop-gap funding measure; it’s a tool in your professional arsenal to take control of your career.

We’re now able to offer 1:1 mentoring with their crowdfunding specialists, and we encourage you to take advantage of this perk — we think you have a bright future ahead of you, and crowdfunding could be one of the paths there.

Moon Fergurson is a filmmaker and creator of Juju; The Webseries. Moon creates complex, yet admirable, characters and thought-provoking plots. Her ethnic Caribbean background (Chinese & Jamaican) and experiences as a Black millennial woman, and first-generation born American attributes to the stories she tells.

She attended Miami Dade College for Film Production and Southern New Hampshire University for Screenwriting. Her first independent project, Mental, focused on the stigma of mental health in the West Indian community. This was an official selection for the 2018 African American Women In Cinema Film Festival in New York City. This film was a passion project due to her own experiences with depression, anxiety, addiction, and PTSD.

Moon hopes to continue to create stories where her characters are the triumphant despite their taxing trials and to open up dialogues on topics such mental health, motherhood, and womanhood .