The International Black Women’s Film Festival was established in 2001 by Adrienne Anderson, a San Francisco Bay Area-resident and San Francisco-native. The first festival was presented in 2002 in San Francisco, CA. Though an academic and collaborative technology trainer by profession, Ms. Anderson is a writer and has worked as a journalist, writer and cultural activist.
Find out if there is a call for films. The festival only accepts DVDs or online video for review. Please make sure that you fill out all of the information requested for submissions, especially contact information. Processing and reviewing submissions is a detailed and involved task and we want to be able to contact you and have your most accurate information.