Baltimore International Black Film Festival
The SNF Parkway is proud to be a host venue for the Baltimore International Black Film Festival(BIBFF). Please visit BIBFF.com for a complete schedule, line up and to purchase tickets. All BIBFF screenings will take place in Theater 3.
Please note: Tickets for all BIBFF events available through their website. Tickets will not be available through the Parkway website.
Thursday October 4th
Youth Film Festival Shorts @5:00PM
Uncommon Allies (preceded by: Flatbush Misdemeanors) @7:15PM
Fantastic: The Legacy of Slum Village(preceded by After Dark Inferno) @9:45PM
Friday October 5th
Somebody Clap For Me (preceded by: Lucidity: Visions Of Truth) @5:30PM
Spoken Word – Dew More Baltimore Youth Poets @6:45PM
Hosanna Shorts @8:00PM
How They Got Over/Sometimes It Snows In April @9:45PM
Founded in 2014, the Baltimore International Black Film Festival is produced by the not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt social /service organization: SOGAA, Inc. Our mission is to support unity in the community and foster education with the best in independent film-making while enhancing the diverse cultural landscape and economic vitality of Baltimore City. With its unique paring of films by African-American, the African Diaspora and members of the Same Gender Loving – Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (SGL-LGBT) communities, the Baltimore International Black Film Festival (BIBFF) serves a dual purpose of educating the community while providing a venue for independent films for, by and about African Americans, the African Diaspora and members the SGL-LGBT community locally, nationally and globally. The 1st Annual BIBFF was held at the historic Charles Theatre, the only theatre of its kind in Baltimore. The Charles Theatre with its 1150-seat, 23,000 square-foot movie house is located in one of Charles Street’s most historic buildings and is only minutes away for the Baltimore Harbor in addition to numerous restaurants, bars, museums and attractions. The BIBFF is truly a “Charm City” event blending entertainment and education in the greater Baltimore area through a uniquely diverse cinematic experience. The inaugural Baltimore International Black Film Festival was held December 3-5th 2014.