(l. to r.) Attendees at a press conference held at the Lyric Theater in Miami on Aug. 11 to announce the return of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF): Bruce Orosz, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (MCVB) chair; Jeff Friday, ABFF founder; filmmaker Elijah Wells; Connie Kinnard , GMCVB VP of multicultural mourism and development; William Talbert, GMCVB president and CEO; and City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon.
(l. to r.) Attendees at a press conference held at the Lyric Theater in Miami on Aug. 11 to announce the return of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF): Bruce Orosz, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (MCVB) chair; Jeff Friday, ABFF founder; filmmaker Elijah Wells; Connie Kinnard , GMCVB VP of multicultural mourism and development; William Talbert, GMCVB president and CEO; and City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon. EXCLUSIVE ACCESS
(l. to r.) Attendees at a press conference held at the Lyric Theater in Miami on Aug. 11 to announce the return of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF): Bruce Orosz, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (MCVB) chair; Jeff Friday, ABFF founder; filmmaker Elijah Wells; Connie Kinnard , GMCVB VP of multicultural mourism and development; William Talbert, GMCVB president and CEO; and City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon. EXCLUSIVE ACCESS

American Black Film Festival returns to Miami in 2016

August 13, 2015 01:02 PM

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