The 39th Annual Film Festival & Market
June 13 to
June 18, 2016
Independently Produced Television Projects
MarkAbrams.com and Philafilm has joined forces to show independently produced television programming. The 2016 festival will show locally produced programs and concepts from up and coming television producers.
The African American Museum in Philadelphia
The African American Museum in Philadelphia is the first institution built by a major United States city to house and interpret the life and work of African Americans. The African American Museum in Philadelphia is located @ 701 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
The Clef Club
The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts was founded in 1966 by James Adams and members of a black musicians union called Local #274. The union was the last independent black musicians union in the United States and proved to be crucial to the growth of a thriving jazz scene in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz is a strategic partner with PhilaFilm 2014.
New World Station
360 Entertainment International’s purpose is to promote and present quality music, film, television, and live events to a multinational audience — and empower particularly (but not exclusively), Black & Latino artists in the emerging global industry. 360 EI Films/New World Station are Strategic Partners with PhilaFilm 2014.
Andiri Media Distribution
Andiri Media Distribution empowers Producers, Content Rights Holders, Syndicators, and Broadcasters large and small to effectively monetize their Films & content through a Multi-Media Platforms. which covers all 211 domestic markets, has unlimited channel capacity, and allows for very low broadcasting costs. Andiri Media Distribution is a strategic partner with PhilaFilm 2014.