American Black Film Festival (ABFF) is now accepting feature and documentary submissions for 2014.
Film Life has announced that it is seeking exceptional narrative feature and documentary films made by or about people of African descent for consideration for the 18th annual ABFF. The 2014 ABFF is scheduled to take place in NYC, next June 19-22.
“2013 has certainly been a tremendous year in Black cinema, providing great inspiration for Black artists. We are looking forward to the promise of even more original and dynamic work to emerge on the independent front in 2014,” states Jeff Friday, ABFF founder and CEO of Film Life, Inc.
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Films must be completed post Jan. 1, 2013. Documentaries should have a minimum running time of 45 minutes, and narrative features a minimum of 72 minutes.
Submission deadlines are Feb. 7, and March 10, 2014, respectively.
The ABFF (American Black Film Festival) is a four-day event dedicated to showcasing quality films by and about people of African descent.
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