Jan 28, 2020
Black Space Winnipeg in partnership with the Winnipeg Film Group are pleased to present the third annual Afro Prairie Film Festival happening February 19 – 23, 2020.
The Afro Prairie Film Festival is the first Black-centric film festival in the prairie region of Canada. Our five-day festival celebrates Black cinema across North America and promotes the work of established and emerging Black filmmakers from right here in Manitoba. Participants are welcome to a weekend filled with programming that explores Black narratives in filmmaking.
Festival Passes and tickets are available in our online store.
Claudine – Wed, Feb 19 / 7 pm
Cane River – Wed, Feb 19 / 9 pm
Keynote Address by Alison Duke – Thu, Feb 20 / 6 pm (Free Admission)
Our Dance of Revolution – Thu, Feb 20 / 7:30 pm
Poetic Justice – Thu, Feb 20 / 9:30 pm
Harriet – Fri, Feb 21 / 7 pm
Dolemite – Fri, Feb 21 / 9:30 pm
Networking Luncheon for Women in Film – Sat, Feb 22 / 12 pm (Free Admission)
Time Sleeper – Sat, Feb 22 / 1 pm
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool – Sat, Feb 22 / 2:30 pm
Barbara James – Sat, Feb 22 / 5 pm
Les Misérables – Sat, Feb 22 / 7 pm
Queen & Slim – Sat, Feb 22 / 9:30 pm
Acting Masterclass with Tonya Williams – Sun, Feb 23 / 12 pm
Supa Modo – Sun, Feb 23 / 1 pm (Free Admission)
The Last Black Man in San Francisco – Sun, Feb 23 / 3 pm
Clemency – Sun, Feb 23 / 5:15 pm
New Black Canadian Short Films – Sun, Feb 23 / 7:30 pm
The 3rd Annual Afro Prairie Film Festival is presented by Black Space Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Film Group, with the generous support of the Assiniboine Credit Union, University of Manitoba – Faculty of Arts, Gimli Film Festival, TD Canada Trust, Alliance Française du Manitoba, The French Embassy of Canada, CBC Manitoba, PLATFORM Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts, and ACTRA Manitoba.