Jun 14, 2017
Media Briefing today at the San Francisco Veteran's Building will give media an outline of the festival that opens with Danny Glover's Nollywood film, "93 Days," Thursday & a sneak preview today of French Film, "Mariannes Noires."
Jun 01, 2017
SF Black Film Festival XIX at various venues in San Francisco, giving you "A Tour of San Francisco," shares some facts about the overall festival and public service announcements for you to share on social media. Join the fun in San Francisco @SFBFF.
May 31, 2017
San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX Media Briefing on June 14th will precede a reception and film screening of "Mariannes Noires" presented by Maison Noire Américaine in association with SFBFF and the San Francisco Veterans Film Festival.
May 28, 2017
Special to Wright Enterprises Anh Lê's Op/Ed touches on the up close and personal impact of war as he recall's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s April 4, 1967call at Riverside Church in NY to Stop the War in Vietnam, a year before his death April 4,1968.
May 23, 2017
San Francisco Black Film Festival Will Continue Memorial Day Tribute with Its Publicist Jackie Wright's Documentary on The Vietnam War Slated for The Veterans and Father's Day Salute Among the more than 50 films from around the world to be screened at...
Apr 28, 2017
With April 30 days away, the Vietnam War's end is commemorated by Anh Lê, whose family was impacted among the millions of Vietnamese & W.E.s' Jackie Wright's family among the thousands of Americans affected will share their experience at SFBFF.org.
Mar 28, 2017
In an email to Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprises, Tony Robles' stream of consciousness elegy on the passing of Iris Canada, leaves the Sanctuary City of San Francisco questioning was everything done to help Ms. Canada in her fight for home & life.
Mar 02, 2017
Renowned San Francisco Chefs are giving back to the community by helping the next generation of hospitality artisans. The fun and tasty fundraiser gives youth a close up look at the $500 billion global industry they are embarking upon.
Feb 23, 2017
AATCLC and SF CAN educated the community about the devastating impact that menthol and flavored tobacco products have had on the African American community. They empowered attendees to take action and deal with the number one killer of Black people.
Feb 16, 2017
The San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women will host its 12th Annual Golden Girls Hats and Gloves Tea, March 4th, a fund raiser for its job training program, financial literacy, heath, education and advocacy work.