BEING BLACK IN TORONTO NOMINATED AT CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS: BEST DIRECTION IN A DOCUMENTARY SERIES PART OF FABIENNE COLAS FOUNDATION’S BEING BLACK IN CANADA PROGRAM - Produced by Zaza Production CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR 2021 BEING BLACK IN CANDA IS OPEN...read more
Ottawa, March 4, 2021 – The Fabienne Colas Foundation – creator of Canada’s largest Black Film Festival: the Montreal Black Film Festival, the hugely popular Toronto Black Film Festival as well as the Halifax Black Film Festival – is proud and thrilled to announce that the Black Film Festival movement will be expanding to Ottawa, Canada’s capital and the city that holds the country’s third largest Black population.read more
NATIONAL commits to the Fabienne Colas Foundation to make Black communities talents shine in Canada Montreal, February 8, 2021. —NATIONAL Public Relations commits to the Fabienne Colas Foundation to support and promote a dozen events and initiatives...read more
#HBFF21: 75 FILMS FROM 10 COUNTRIES + AN AMAZING LINE-UP OF PANELS AND SPECIAL EVENTS - ALL ONLINE! February 23 - 28, 2021 #HBFF21 marks African Heritage Month with a necessary ONLINE Festival for our times. Full Program, All Access Passes & Individual Tickets...read more
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS Fabienne Colas Foundation’s BEING BLACK IN CANADA Presented by Netflix in c...
The Fabienne Colas Foundation’s Being Black in Canada program – Canada’s largest incubator dedicated to Black Filmmakers - is thrilled to be back with a call for applications for its 2021 edition. Thanks to the support of Netflix, the National Bank,...read more
The Fabienne Colas Foundation’s BEING BLACK IN CANADA Program, presented by NETFLIX, in collabora...
Montreal, December 15, 2020 – We are proud to announce the 20 new participants of the 2020 Fabienne Colas Foundation’s Being Black in Canada Program - presented by Netflix, in collaboration with the National Bank, and supported by Telefilm Canada, Canada Media...read more