The Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest (BFSFF), which originally ran from Sept. 4 through Sept. 7, has been extended to run from Sept. 11 through Sept. 13.

Sponsored by Array and the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation and powered by Seed&Spark, The Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest features over 50 films, including long and short narratives and documentaries “made for and by Black femmes.”

This year’s theme is Legacy, with a focus on the “legacies of Beauty, Black Magic, Craft, Righteous Anger, and WAP” via its short film selections. Defining Black and Defining Femme are the cornerstone conversations within the festival’s key screenings.

The festival’s screenings include Pier Kids by Elegance Brattons, Say My Name by Julia Chagas, and the world premiere of Anatomy of Wings.

Festival passes are $13, with 30 percent off for BFSFF members, and $100 for an All Access Pass, with 30 percent for BFSFF members. You can buy tickets at Seed & Spark and learn more about the festival at its website.



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