For the 10th anniversary of the Montreal International Black Film Festival, the Fabienne Colas Foundation presents a retrospective of 6 feature and 5 short black independent Canadian films that had an impact on the festival because of their “politically incorrect” angle. The theme is: “Creativity behind a cause: The arts to raise awareness, educate and inspire.”

This retrospective is held thanks to the support of the Canada Council for the Arts: in Montreal in collaboration with the Montreal International Black Film Festival, and in Toronto in collaboration with the Toronto Black Film Festival. Each screening is followed by a talk with the director(s) to explain their creative process and the “politically incorrect” or “taboo” context to their work.
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