THE NATION'S LARGEST GATHERING OF BLACK FILM & TELEVISION ENTHUSIASTS
The 22nd annual American Black Film Festival took place June 13-17 in Miami Beach. The five-day event kicked off with the world premiere of SUPERFLY, followed by film screenings, business of entertainment seminars, master classes and celebrity talks highlighted by Black Panther Director Ryan Coogler's return to ABFF®. The festival wrapped with filmmaker Storm Saulter taking home the Jury Award, Best Director (Sprinter); his film also won the Jury Award, Best Narrative Feature and the Audience Award, Best Feature. Nijla Mumin (Jinn) won the Jury Award, Best Screenplay and the short film Moths and Butterflies received the HBO Short Film Award. See full list of winners. DOWNLOAD PROGRAM GUIDE
A heartfelt thank you to ABFF's 2018 Ambassador Jay Ellis, all of our sponsors and each and every one of you who joined us!