Second Chance Screenings
Enjoy another screening of our top rated films from BFFNO 2019. Full schedule listed below. Noon-5pm at Cafe Istanbul 2372 St. Claude street. FREE chicken wings courtesy of We Dat’s!
Section 1- Noon-2pm
Paris Blues in Harlem-Nadeghe Ptah 14:05
Til Death-Asha Flowers 6:44
Code Switch-Sigin Ojulu (winner for best sound design) 16:10
Big Chief BlackHawk- Jonathan Isaac Jackson 14:00
Miscommunication-St. Roch Film Academy 5:00
Seen Thru A’mira-David Jones 11:19
Terry & Sam- Ben Donnelon & Eritria Pitts (Winner Best Web Series & Best New Orleans project) 6:00
Madonna’s House-Kenetha Lenee (Winner Best Costume & Makeup) 25:23
Seafood Gangsta-Alejandro De Los Rios 10:00
Bloom-Jazmen Darnell Brown (Winner Best Actor) 7:31
Section 2- 3pm-5pm
The Possibility of Harriet-BFFNOtv 5:00
Syrup-Jessica Johnson 3:57
Mino: A Diasporic Myth-Ashunda Norris (Winner New Orleans Jury Award for Best Film) 18:37
Catch a Girl-Leron Lee 14:45
Tagged-Daniel Ferrel (Winner Best Cinematography) 8:43
Yellow Girl and Me-Bella Issa (Winner Best Actress, Best Writing, Best Directing, & Hackett-Wortham Family award for Best Film) 19:18
Odyssey of Cleave Eaton-Kevin Webb 3:45
Sound of Silence-Donald Wilson 6:00
Loreen’s Gotta Boogie-Bobby Yan 14:05
The Most Hospitable Festival for Black Filmmakers
New Orleans is a city that currently and historically has given voice to black American artists. Our city is deep in tradition and access for artists of color. It’s only right that we celebrate our film accomplishments as well.
Over the weekend of December 13 we will highlight filmmakers of color from New Orleans and throughout the United States. There will be an awards ceremony to recognize the best film and performances of the films submitted. And most importantly… there will be parties!
The BFFNO Schedule
Visit our drop down menu in the BFFNO Films section for a complete listing of our scheduled films for BFFNO 2019.
On December 13 Filmmakers of color from all across America will descend upon New Orleans for the second annual Black Film Festival of New Orleans.
The event will kickoff with our Documentary films screened at Stella Jones Gallery Friday day.
Afrofutures night at New Orleans African American Museum will include several genre film screenings as well as a visit from the Women of Wakanda!
Saturday will be jam packed with screenings and feature our City talent Showcase.
BFFNO 2019 is proudly sponsored by:
Please visit us on Facebook (Black Film Festival of New Orleans) & Instagram @blackfilmfestno
Friday December 13: 1pm-4pm Documentary Block 5pm-10pm Afrofuture Night
Saturday December 14: 10:0 am – 10:00 pm
Stella Jones Gallery 201 S. Charles Ave
New Orleans African American Museum 1718 Gov. Nichols
Ashe Cultural Arts Center 1738 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.