The Honolulu African-American Film Festival celebrates Black History Month with some of the best of black cinema from the United States and beyond. From honoring iconic figures in black history to celebrating black love in all its forms, the festival is dedicated to promoting cinema by and about people of African descent.
Special thanks to the Honolulu African American Film Festival Committee: Daphne Barbee-Wooten, Ethan Caldwell, Akiemi Glenn, Marsha McFadden, John Nichols, Tadia Rice, Sandra Simms, and Sharon Yarbrough.
Hotel sponsor: Aqua-Aston Hospitality
SOLD OUT—Opening night reception: Saturday, Feb 16 • 6-7:30pm
Come dressed for jazz and enjoy good music, good wine, good food, and good company in celebration of the legendary Miles Davis. The reception precedes the opening night film Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, which screens at 7:30pm.