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WHAT WE SUPPORT

National Black Movie Day™ is about Legacy!

National Black Movie Day™ is about Information!

National Black Movie Day™ is about Celebration!

National Black Movie Day™ is about Advocacy!

National Black Movie Day™ is about Scholarship!

The National Black Movie Association pledges to continue the legacy of Black films by advocating for Black films and filmmakers, providing and sharing information for and about Black movie consumers, celebrating Black film excellence and generating resources and scholarships for aspiring Black filmmakers.

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Want to make a difference in Black films today?

The National Black Movie Association is a 501(c)3 organization that supports Black storytellers. We need your support.

How can you participate?

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If you are interested in hosting a National Black Movie Day Event on February 19, 2022 in your town, please email us for more information.

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We believe in pooling community resources to provide the next generation with the tools and access to become great storytellers. Please join our mission and donate funds to support the next generation of Black filmmakers.

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SUPPORT INIATIVES

Sponsorship opportunities are available if your company is interested in becoming a National Black Movie Day 2022 sponsor.

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