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The American Black Film Festival Returns to Miami June 13–17, 2018

Black PR Wire) The 22nd American Black Film Festival (ABFF) returns to Miami, June 13–17, 2018 with an exciting lineup of film screenings, events and innovative programming. 334 more words


July 5, 2017

Clearly, I need to buckle down in life, I need to get out of self destruct mode and into self construct mode. The mode where I no longer am doing things that will distract me on my path to meeting my destiny. 448 more words

Journey Of Purpose

June 21, 2017

All my life I have technically been a hyphenate. In most cases everyone is a hyphenate to some degree. When it comes to the industry of entertainment however there is a central focus on being a hyphenate as a celebrity/performer. 621 more words

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May 8, 2017

It is official! I am going to be a Volunteer at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) this year! As one of the top 5 goals on my list this year, I am proud of what I have done to reach some of my goals. 617 more words

Journey Of Purpose

Damon Williams Talks To The Cast Of 'Star' And More At ABFF

Comedian and Tom Joyner Morning Show correspondent Damon Williams was hanging out at the American Black Film Festival in Miami this past weekend. Not only did he perform a very funny set during the Comedy Wings competition as a featured guest, he interviewed a few of the film and TV folks that were on the scene. 285 more words

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Your Guide To ABFF: The Films, Panels & Soirées You Don't Want To Miss

Black Hollywood meets the beach at this year’s annual American Black Film Festival in Miami.

The ABFF festival highlights and showcases Blacks in film, TV and production through a series of exclusive screenings, intimate parties and insider panels created to cultivate and encourage the Black entertainment industry. 685 more words


Jeff Friday On The Success Of The American Black Film Festival

Jeff Friday, the founder and CEO of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) talks about this year’s event, how it has sustained for 21 years, and which celebrities’ careers it has helped launched including Omari Hardwick and Kerry Washington. 59 more words

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