TAFF 2018 SCREENING SCHEDULE
Fasten your seat belts for a roller coaster of great African stories and films at the African American Museum from June 30th to July 1st. Thanks to our hardworking judges for making these selections. There would be 10 to 15 minutes Q & A after each film. Viewers will have the opportunity to ask some questions, so filmmakers please come ready to answer! It will be fun. For more info, visit: http://www.theafricanfilmfestival.org/schedule
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY
TAFF wishes all the mothers and mothers-to-be a Happy Mothers Day. In the field of Creative Arts that we find ourselves, doing it and taking care of little ones can be a daunting task. We applaud your courage to keep pushing and telling our stories. Many of the films that we are screening this year are by women. From "Zone III" (Central Africa Republic) to "Thereafter" (United Kingdom) to "When Babies Don't Come" (South Africa), and several others; we commend you all. Great job!
TAFF will open on June 29th with TALES UNDER THE MOONLIGHT at the African American Museum as we make more effort and raise awareness in TELLING OUR STORIES. We want to go back to the Roots - before putting them in writing... Scripts... then Film. We have storytellers from Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, and the United States. The Dallas Poetry Slam will be participating. This is a FREE event for Children. Bring them to hear our stories.
TAFF welcomes sponsors. An effort such as this is not without strong collaborators and
supporters who share our vision. Please contact us if you would like to be a sponsor.
TAFF welcomes volunteers. Volunteers are a vital part of The Festival and volunteering
comes with many privileges, including ALL ACCESS PASS to all our events. Volunteers have
opportunities to help shape the event, making it a memorable experience for our filmmakers and
attendees. In exchange for your time, you are given the opportunity to attend ALL Festival
events, including After Parties and Behind the Scene activities.
TAFF is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization that focuses on films addressing Social, Economic, Ethnic, Political, Religious, or Health issues that affect Africa.