Honolulu African American Film Festival: Black History Month

February 3-10, 2018 

The Honolulu African American Film Festival celebrates Black History Month with films directed by women that highlight African Americans in the arts, along with a vital conversation about the #MeToo movement. This year, we will continue to screen black cinema throughout the year—in June a new program will focus on Juneteenth and August will bring Black Futures Month. 

Special thanks to our African American Film Festival Committee: Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Akiemi Glenn, David Goldberg, Marsha McFadden, John Nichols, Tadia Rice, Sandra Simms, and Sharon Yarbrough. 

Opening red-carpet event: Feb 3 at 6:30pm
Kick off the series in style at an opening that celebrates the fashion supernova André Leon Talley. Bring your most fabulous self and strike a pose in the photo booth and dance to the beats of Jamarek. Champagne will be available for purchase. The Gospel According to Andre screens at 7:30pm.

Don’t miss The Green Room with U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith on Saturday, Feb 10 at 7pm.