What is PTAFF?

The Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival (PTAFF) is a 501c3 organization celebrating the provocative artistry and innovation of independent artists and filmmakers (“artivists”) inspired by social justice. Annually, over the course of the 4-day festival, forty films are screened in feature, short, and documentary categories. Committed to diversity and inclusion, PTAFF features films from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, including female filmmakers, LBGTQ+, and people with disabilities.

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Sunday, September 30, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)
634 N Citrus Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
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 We are seeking films that speak to social justice and social change

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PTAFF is looking for artists who use their talents to raise awareness on key social issues

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We are seeking panelists to speak on this year’s theme: health and environmental injustice

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What To Expect At PTAFF

Get ready to experience eight amazing days of entertainment, engagement, and inspiration. 

Happy hour mixers, luncheons, and exclusive conversations with industry and community leaders.

PTAFF gives artists committed to social justice a platform to showcase their work. 

This year, PTAFF celebrates filmmakers and artists showcasing artistic pieces focused on injustice around the world.

We will feature special screenings of films speaking to Health and Environmental injustice.