The 21st Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF), October 10-23, 2022, happening virtually and in-person
in Gwinnett County with award-winning content from an
international group of creatives competing for awards!
Actors, content creators, filmmakers and writers will meet
IN-PERSON & VIRTUALLY for 14 days of film screenings, workshops,
panels, script readings, networking, youth films, Urban PitchFest,
AfroFuturism Fest, awards ceremony and more at UMFF 2022.
The 3rd Black Streamers Award 2022 celebrating
Black content creators with the most-watched videos and fans.
From news, gossip, DIY and self-help to sports and training,
Black streamers are changing the industry on many platforms.
As independent content creators, we must look beyond
creating and focus on entrepreneurship to monetize our
projects. Awards are wonderful, but entrepreneurship pays
bills, funds your next project and allows you to empower.
Tickets on sale now for the 6th annual Urban PitchFest. [Get Tickets]
UMFF PAST Winners
Best Animation directed by Sana Srinivasan & Kyle Lopez, USA.
No Es Mi Presidente - Not My President
Best Protest Video directed by Taína Asili, Albany, NY USA
Best Afrofuturism Short directed by Tiara Luten, Atlanta, GA USA.
A Socially Conscious Film directed by Rani Deghe Crowe, USA
Best High School Student Film directed by Adrian Woodard, III, Chesapeake, VA USA.
The Idea Thief
Best International Animation directed by Dani Alava, Director, United Kingdom.
Dex Davis: Child of God
Best Animation Series for Children directed by Horace Christian, Jr., Los Angeles, CA USA.
Best International Commercial/PSA directed by Daphne Samaras, Director, Budapest Hungary.
21st UMFF October 10-23, 2022!
Festival tickets are available for the 21st Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF). Independent films, panels, networking and awards with events happening virtually and in-person! Checkout UMFF 2021 schedule now.