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  • Location: Port au Prince & Jacmel, Haiti

The Quebec Film Festival in Haiti (QFFH), created in 2009 by the Fabienne Colas Foundation, offers the best Quebec films as well asconferences, workshops and other activities to the Haitian audience, free of charge. QFFH has received, as a special guest, famous author and Académie française (French academy) member, Dany Laferrière.

“The Quebec Film Festival in Haiti is to encourage closer cultural ties between Quebec and Haiti by presenting Haitians with the richness of Quebec cinema through free film screenings open to all.” 

Find out more about dates and programming of the next edition of the Quebec Film Festival in Haiti by visiting its website at www.festivalquebechaiti.com



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  • Location: Montréal, Québec (Canada)

The Festival Haiti en Folie (Haiti on Fire), created in 2007 by the Fabienne Colas Foundation, runs every summer in Montreal and is definitely a great opportunity for the Haitian community to share its cultural heritage with the Quebec audience and thousands of tourists in the beautiful city of Montreal. A colourful Festival which allows everyone to discover the best of Haiti through Music, dance, literature, food, art craft, theatre, storytelling etc.

“The Festival Haiti en Folie (Haiti on Fire) is the biggest multidisciplinary festival outside of Haiti to be entirely dedicated to Haitian culture”

Find out more about dates and programming of the next edition of the Festival Haiti en Folie by visiting its website at www.haitienfolie.com


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  • Location: Montréal, Québec (Canada)

The Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF), created by the Fabienne Colas Foundation in 2005, is a dynamic, innovative and audacious festival whose ambition is to promote the development of the independent film industry and to showcase more films on the realities of Blacks from around the world. The MIBFF wants to take a fresh, new look at black cinema from the four corners of the globe!!!

“The Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF) is Canada’s largest Black Film Festival!”

Find out more about dates and programming of the next edition of the Montreal International Black Film Festival by visiting its website at www.montrealblackfilm.com


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  • Location: Toronto , Ontario Canada

The Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF), created by the Fabienne Colas Foundation in 2013, is about Discovery and Diversity. It showcases the most amazing and powerful films about Black realities from around the world.

“The Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF) is the biggest celebration of Black History Month in Toronto through films!”

Find out more about dates and programming of the next edition of the Toronto Black Film Festival by visiting its website at www.torontoblackfilm.com


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  • Location: Montréal, Québec (Canada)

The Fade to Black Festival is a multi-disciplinary program comprising film, music, literature and dance held in Montreal during Black History Month. It also offers debates and discussions on social and cultural topics that are core concerns of the black communities here and abroad.

“Fade to Black Festival believes that ‘getting to know each other better leads to greater understanding’ ” 

Find out more about dates and programming of the next edition of the Fade to Black Festival by visiting its website at www.fadetoblack.ca