#TBFF17: 5th Annual Toronto Black Film Festival

Founded by the Fabienne Colas Foundation, Toronto Black Film Festival is dedicated to celebrating the very best in cinematic work dealing with the varied experiences of black people from diverse communities.

Toronto Black Film Festival opens with Emmy award winning director, Stanley Nelson’s film, Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story Of Historically Black Colleges And Universities. The screening will be held at the Isabel Bader Theatre on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 7:30pm. All access passes for the festival are available now for $140 and individual tickets range from $10-$20. For tickets/more information please visit our website at www.TorontoBlackFilm.com.

Full List of TBFF Events:

Wednesday, February 15

-Opening film, Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story Of Historically Black Colleges and Universities @ 7:30pm (Isabel Bader Theatre)

Saturday, February 18

-Meet The Filmmakers @ 11am (Carlton Cinema)

-Making Webseries Discussion @1pm (Carlton Cinema)

-An Intimate Night With Louis Gossett Jr. @ 9pm (Jackman Hall)

Sunday, February 19

-Master Class with Sudz Sutherland and Jennifer Holness- @ 11am (Carlton Cinema)

-Free Panel Discussion @ 2pm (Carlton Cinema)

-Closing film, The Lucky Specials @ 9pm (Carlton Cinema)