Pan-African Film Festival
The Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is a non-profit corporation in Los Angeles that promotes cultural and racial tolerance and understanding by sponsoring annual exhibitions of film, art and creative expression. It was established in 1992.
PAFF's stated goal is to present and showcase a broad spectrum of Black creative works, "particularly those that reinforce positive images and help to destroy negative stereotypes." In 2009, PAFF was criticized by the African Holocaust Society for its policy of including works by White filmmakers in its festivals.
Notable awards 
- 500 Years Later (2005) Best Documentary
See also 
- List of film festivals
- Film Festivals
- Hollywood Black Film Festival
- 828 Entertainment
- Independent film
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