After the 2010 devastating earthquake, two brothers return to Haiti hoping to find their loved ones alive.
The motto of the San Diego Black Film Festival is “Spotlight on African American & African Diaspora Cinema.” The SDBB screens over 100 films each year: Comedy, Drama, Documentaries, Animation, GLBT, Horror, Religious, Foreign/African Diaspora, Shorts, Feature Films and music videos.
As the first and largest black film festival of the year, numerous other film festival reps scout new films from us for their event. Simply put, each year the San Diego Black Film Festival will premiere a large percentage of the independent films that will prove successful throughout the year at other film festivals.
The San Diego Black Film Festival goal is to be the leader in facilitating the production of film, television and commercials in the San Diego area. In addition, the goal is to continue to be a world class film festival, and leader in the area of African American & African Diaspora cinema arts.