The International Black DocuFest will take place September 18th-20th, 2008 at Atlanta’s celebrated High Museum of Art. To register for free documentary screenings, please click the “RSVP” links here.

The International Black DocuFest (IBDF) Mission:
The International Black DocuFest (IBDF) is brought to you by the Society for the Promotion of Arts & Culture’s (SPAC), an Atlanta-based 501(c)(3) arts organization. IBDF’s mission is to showcase the most innovative and compelling documentary films on the lives of people of African descent. Through a series of screenings, workshops and facilitated panel discussions, the International Black DocuFest explores the creative ways in which documentaries capture and chronicle the diverse experiences of black life from around the globe.

For more info about The International Black DocuFest please visit www.internationalblackdocufest.com.

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  • sophie

    thank you for this!

  • thank you sooooo much clutch! i will spread the word and be there!

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  • There will be an awesome panel as part of the IBDF on Saturday, September 20th at 5:35 pm titled, “Art & Activism: The Artist as Social Change Agent”, featuring Spelman professor Dr. Jelani Cobb, Writer/Activist Edward Garnes, Jr., Photographer Carla Aaron Lopez and Visual Artist Okeeba Jubalo. This panel will be moderated by Cultural Arts Ambassador, Saniyyah Griffin. It’s certain to be enlightening, educational and inspiring. Don’t miss it and we hope to see you there!
    Thanks Clutch for supporting the creative arts and spreading the word!
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