Kwanzaa Film Festival

New York, New York, United States
Sat, Dec 29 - Sun, Dec 30 2018

Sponsorship Pitch

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About our event

  • UmojaUnity. To strive for and maintain unity in the family, community, nation, and race.
  • KujichaguliaSelf-Determination: ...
  • Ujima: Collective Work and Responsibility. ...
  • UjamaaCooperative Economics. ...
  • NiaPurpose. ...
  • KuumbaCreativity. ...
  • Imani: Faith.

Kwanzaa Film Festival the last Festival of the year  hope to spread meaningful art that can be reflected upon all year long as well as give informative workshops that will help the filmmakers, Actors, Writers and Crew.


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Sponsorship Opportunities

This event would be helpful to those who want to engage the upward mobile Minority community. Also, the event is advertise in so many ways all year long through photographs, videos which most of our audience post on social media.  The amount of exposure will assist your company in becoming a friend to the Arts community.  This event is open to discussions to ideas you may feel may best serve your company.




2 tickets to All Access Pass for the entire event.



Food Sponsor

Sampling for our guest. Logo and vendor table , name announced at closing event. Included in the program.



Gold Package

● All Gold Sponsor benfits (listed below) plus: ● 4 additional free tickets to the festival-VIP seating section ● Festival program front-page promotion ● Special anouncement prior to festival start and intermission

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Ina Norris is a playwright, poet, producer, off Broadway producer, mentor, and educator. Norris lives in The Bronx, New York.[1]

Norris is a community coordinator, and a public servant in social services. Norris has worked as the Director for the Performing Arts at the Learning Tree Preparatory School in the Bronx, New York. She mentors inner city youth into theater, and writes and produces to educate youth about life through theater. Norris is the founder of the NYC Young Producers Project.[2][3][4]

Her first play "Nobody Loves a Black Little Girl When She Becomes A Woman," was an examination through the experiences of a Black woman. She described her first play as "being a piece that is a theatrical sermon on loving yourself".[5]

Norris is a “New York Foundation Fellow Playwright” since 2002. She is a Poetry Society winner of the Editors’ Choice Award.

Ina Norris has worked in the film industry for the last three yearsusing her influence to connect filmmakers with access to major industry players.

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