screen-shot-2016-11-30-at-2-45-10-pmA New Color- The Art of Being Edythe Boone– continues to inspire audience goers and was recently screened at these Bay Area locations: The Rafael Theater, The Roxie, The New Parkway.

Screenings/Festivals: Harlem Int’l, SF Jewish, Independent Boston, Oakland Int’l, Pan African Film & Arts, San Diego Black Film, Women’s Film Forum, Int’l Black Festival of Nashville, The Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles,

Awards: Audience Favorite at Mill Valley Film Festival (Valley of the docs, special mention) , Best Short Doc at Peace on Earth Film Festival-Chicago


screen-shot-2016-11-30-at-2-52-27-pmMy Love Affair with the Brain: The Life and Science of Dr. Marian Diamond

Awards: Best in Festival/Audience Award at River Run Int’l in Winston-Salem, Best Doc at Indigo Moon in Fayetteville, N.C., Best feature at The American Psychologist Assoc. film festival, Audience Favorite at Mill Valley

Soon to be on PBS!



screen-shot-2016-11-30-at-2-51-18-pmTo date, more than 35 BFF award films have screened here!
We always have our filmmakers present for a robust Q & A after the show.

Check our website for upcoming 2017 screenings!


The Berkeley Film Foundation is a crucial epicenter of Berkeley’s prolific filmmaking community. It persistently fosters challenging work that might otherwise be condemned to the concept stage.
Dan Krauss/The Imagination of Jeremy Blake

By working at the grassroots, the Berkeley FILM Foundation is genuinely building East Bay community.  The Foundation is not only helping the filmmaking community, wonderful in itself, it’s also helping, engaging, and supporting the broader East Bay community in all its glorious diversity.
Eugene Corr/Ghost Town to Havana

The Berkeley Film Foundation grant enabled us to promote and distribute our film by making a website, pressing DVDs and submitting it to festivals. As recently graduated students we would not have had the resources to do so otherwise. It was truly a blessing.
Mariel Waloff/A Confused War, student grant winner

Being awarded a grant from the Berkeley Film Foundation has such a positive impact that goes beyond the financial support it provides. Receiving a grant from an organization that represents my community and peers provided me with the encouragement and connection I needed to follow my heart as an independent filmmaker.
Pam Uzzell/ Welcome to the Neighborhood