The Peoples Film Festival is on this week from June 2nd – June 5th in Harlem

The Peoples Film Festival - Harlem

The Peoples Film Festival, a 4-Day annual film festival showcasing independent films from around the world will take place this week from June 2nd-June 5th. Don’t wait, the special Opening Night and Reception at the AMC Magic Johnson Theater (2309 Frederick Douglass Blvd) will be held on June 2nd, and must be purchased in advance online through TICKETBUD, all other ticket information available at http://thepeoplesfilmfestival.com/tickets/

Tickets for ALL Other Screenings & Panels June 3 – June 5 at the:
Maysles Cinema (343 Malcolm X Blvd. /Lenox Avenue at 127th Street).
Julia De Burgos Performing Arts Center (1680 Lexington Ave Btwn. 105th & 106th St)

The Peoples Film Festival - Harlem

THE PEOPLE’S FILM FESTIVAL

The People’s Film Festival Celebrates the Power of the Media when Placed In The Hands of THE PEOPLE

The Peoples Film Festival (TPFF) is a 4-Day annual film festival designed to showcase the best in independent films from around the world. The festival features screenings from emerging producers, videographers, and filmmakers from all over the world, reflecting both traditional and avant-garde style films, with an emphasis on films that integrate multiple digital platforms using today’s new media & technology.

TPFF is an initiative of The People’s Media, Music & Arts Foundation Inc. (TPMMAF)— a non-profit organization whose objective is to promote awareness in independent film, media, music, and art across the globe while encouraging those—particularly in the Harlem New York area, to develop a greater appreciation and understanding for cultural diversity in film. It was founded in 2012, with the goal to establish TPFF as “The Voice of ‘The People”—essentially the place to tell your story your way and have a true impact on that audience.

The People’s Film Festival, which is held in Harlem, NY—which is known for its rich vibrant culture, historic landmarks, great music, literature, arts and entertainment—also collectively known as The Harlem Renaissance, but the synergistic atmosphere in which filmmakers and filmgoers alike come comeback year after year to actively share information, break bread and build relationships.