The Fabienne Colas Foundation (FCF) is the largest organization for Black culture in Canada. Created in 2005, the FCF is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in cinema, art and culture in Canada and abroad.
Together with Zaza Production, the Fabienne Colas Foundation is behind 12 festivals: the highly popular Montreal International Black Film Festival, the renowned Toronto Black Film Festival, the Black Film Festivals of Halifax, Calgary, Vancouver, and Ottawa, and a number of other successful festivals in Canada, United States, Haiti, and Brazil.
These initiatives have presented and supported over 5,000 artists, bringing over 2 million festivalgoers together. The FCF is also behind the Being Black in Canada program, Canada’s largest incubator dedicated to Black filmmakers, which is presented by Netflix in collaboration with the National Bank.