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7th Montreal International Black Film Festival Poster Contest [Prizes Worth Rs. 27K]: Submit by May 31: Expired

16th Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF)About

The 16th Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF), taking place from September 30 to October 4, 2020, is proud to launch the 7th edition of its great international poster contest!

From the Caribbean to the Indian Ocean, Africa to North America, Europe to South America, Australia/Oceania MIBFF wants to share its most striking black cinematic discoveries while engaging in a wider cultural, social and socio-economic debate. MIBFF has become today’s largest black film festival in Canada. It is a dynamic, bold and innovative festival that fosters the development of the independent film industry and which offers a new and refreshing look on a growing, rich and original film industry.


The contest is open to everyone, both professionals and amateurs. Participants under the age of 18 must-have parental consent to participate in the contest.


The winning poster will be featured in all communications and publicity for MIBFF’s 16th edition. It will be used for all media and press purposes, including promotional materials, interviews, press conferences, etc.

The MIBFF will award a prize of $500 Canadian dollars (27,468 Indian Rupee) to the winner. The winner will be invited to participate in the festival with an award of a free pass to the majority of activities. However, please note that travel, hotel or related fees will not be paid by the festival.


Format required for pre-selection: low-resolution JPG (2-3 MB).

The official festival poster will produced in a range of formats (width x height): 4 x 6 feet;  27 x 40 inches; 24 x 36 inches; 18 x 24 inches; 7 x 9 inches etc.

The poster must mention

Montreal International Black Film Festival

September 30 – October 4, 2020

How to Submit

Click here to submit.

Submission Deadline

May 31, 2020

For further details on the same, click here.

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  1. Saksham Sharma says:

    Hi Shivam, can you please elaborate what “black cinematic discoveries” is ? 🙂

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