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Independent Black Film Festival (IBFF) Announces 2nd Annual Film Festival
(PRWEB) November 17, 2004
Few artistic mediums have the power to reach across cultures, languages, and time itself to influence millions of people in the visual language of their daily lives. Film has such power. The Independent Black Film Festival has partnered with the Dallas Austin Foundation, a non-profit, to award and showcase independent features, documentaries and short films at our juried four (4)day Film Festival in Atlanta, Georgia March 3-6, 2005.
Merging urban film, 3D animation, broadband and game technologies, the Independent Black Film Festival will celebrate the achievement of people of color in the arts & entertainment community while encouraging and empowering upcoming artists, through a showcase of diverse and provocative seminars, conferences, panels & screenings.
Created by Asante Addae, the Independent Black Film Festival expands the borders of the typical film festival by exploring the technological advances occurring within the film, music and gaming industry.
In addition to the usual foray of feature films and shorts offered at most festivals, IBFF will showcase computer animation, film scoring techniques and screenwriting workshops in tribute to the emerging opportunities for independent filmmaking and writing.
Professional training courses in the industryÂÂs leading specialized software, SOFTIMAGEÂ®, will also be offered in response to the accelerating demand for trained animators and pc gamers additionally PRO TOOLSÂ® will teach a course in Audio Engineering.
ÂÂ Documentary Jury & Audience Award
ÂÂ Shorts Jury & Audience Award
ÂÂ Animated Short Audience Award
ÂÂ Best Film Score
ÂÂ Best Screenplay
ÂÂ Best Music Video
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