The 2016 festival saw a screening of 40 films, shortlisted from 3400 submissions.
70 countries participated and the movies were screened in various locations (Silverbird cinemas, Jamestown, Blackstar Square etc.) We look forward to an even more exciting event in 2017 under the theme – for the young at heart.
Bsiff is a bridge between African Cinema and the world and gives the opportunity for cultural engagements, networking, learning and simply having fun. Film festivals also serve as an important cultural diplomacy tool among nations.
BSIFF is a NON PROFIT Organization
BSIFF happens in late August and whether you are a filmmaker, film lover, or just looking for an opportunity to engage, we invite you to put this on your calendars.
Black star international film festival- BSIFF is also committed to working with the local film industry to make it a more robust environment. In working to achieve our mandate, advocacy features strongly.
Nana Ama MacBrown, Adjetey Annan and Elikem Kumordji were our brand Ambassadors for the 2016 edition while Zunnell Zuh, Elikem Kumordji, Adele, Ama K Abebrese & Efya are our 2017 brand Ambassadors.
Follow the link below to watch a video of last year’s event.
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