The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival ™ (LHAAFF) supports community building by providing opportunities for artists and audiences to connect using the medium of film as a catalyst for dialogue that leads to social change. This annual event provides films from independent Black filmmakers featuring panel discussions, screenplay readings, matinee screenings for middle and high school youth and in-depth chats with filmmakers, industry professionals and local community leaders.
Visibility for your company will be high among a diverse cross section of Seattle and King County residents. The festival offers 9 days of exposure to thoughtful audiences who carry the experience of the festival into the greater community dialogue. Collateral and marketing materials are high quality, high impact pieces that traditionally have a shelf life long past the festival. Collaterals will be strategically distributed throughout King County to provide the greatest visibility possible. The festival also offers year-round exposure for donors at the $5,000 & above level.
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