Elementary, middle and high school students and their teachers attend this special film program. StudentFest showcases films that feature characters that look like our students dealing with age-appropriate issues such as teen pregnancy, AIDS prevention, cultural respect, self-esteem, anti-bullying and gang prevention.
Saturday Morning Childrens Fest
A fun activity for young families, the Saturday Children’s Festival entertains children, ages 4-12, and their parents/guardians with FREE age-appropriate film screenings followed by refreshments and interactive activities such as doll-making, mask-making, face-painting and storytelling; all derived on African/African American culture.
Always inclusive, PAFF offers free tickets to seniors living on fixed incomes. PAFF Senior Connections allows our seniors a safe and comfortable place to meet, socialize and take-in a free afternoon screening. At PAFF we believe the festival should be a source of fun and entertainment for people of all ages and incomes.
PAFF works with foster care services, group homes, youth centers, disabled veterans centers, battered women shelters, homeless shelters, and other social service organizations to provide free tickets to marginalized audiences. Ticket recipients include “at-risk” youths, disabled veterans, and the mentally challenged.