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JARO Sponsors Short-Film Competition For Peachtree Village International Film Festival (PVIFF)

JOIN US IN SELECTING THE WINNERS OF THE 2021 PVIFF SHORT-FILM COMPETITION BY CLICKING HERE TO SCREEN AND RATE THIS YEAR’S FINALISTS. 

VOTING DEADLINE: OCTOBER 17, 2021 

For the fourth year, JARO Media Services is proud to sponsor the PVIFF Short-Film Competition during the 16th Annual Peachtree Village International Film Festival. PVIFF 2021 celebrates entertainment virtually with film content and Celebrities from America, the Latin community and African community. The virtual film festival will occur Thursday, 10/21/21 through Saturday 10/23/21 on their website www.pviffatl.com. During this time, you will be able to see amazing films that are being considered for an award and grant money, unforgettable panel discussions and interviews with some of your favorite celebrities.  

JARO Media Services has once again partnered with PVIFF to host its fourth short-film competition together.  PVIFF and JARO have selected 25 top shorts from around the globe to feature  on our digital platform WATCHJARO.

YOUR OPINION COUNTS! Click here to screen and rate the 25 top Official 2021 PVIFF Short Film Competition Finalists. The voting deadline is October 17th. 

The top 3 winners of the PVIFF Short Film Competition sponsored by JARO will receive special awards and cash prizes. “We’re excited about this partnership with PVIFF at JARO.  Our goal is to find great content that attracts a wide viewing audience and we believe that PVIFF has a variety of content to choose from through their talented filmmakers that submit each year,” says JARO’s Founder/CEO, Richard DeVaughn. Winners of the PVIFF Short Film Competition sponsored by JARO and the PVIFF Audience Choice Award will be announced after the closing gala on Monday morning, October 25, 2021 at noon (EST) at PVIFFAtl.com  

ABOUT JARO 

Taking its name from Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain peak on the African continent, JARO is a media and technology company that serves as a premier online Entertainment, Culture and Soul destination for African Americans and all people who love and appreciate the best film, emerging web series, visual art, books, and more produced by the African Diaspora. JARO is dedicated to building an online marketplace of curated black digital content that combines insightful editorials with video, visual art, books, and music from established and emerging filmmakers, directors, visual artists, authors, and more. 

The JARO platform offers our online community a network where they can discover, enjoy, share culturally relevant stories and distribute a world of family friendly digital content that entertains and empowers. 

ABOUT THE PEACHTREE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL  

The Peachtree Village International Film Festival was created in 2006 by founder Len Gibson, the owner and curator of the African American Cinema Gallery (AACG) and the Hispanic Cinema Museum (HCM). Gibson partnered with Composer, Artist, Producer and Entertainment Executive James “JB” Brown, that has worked alongside companies such as BET, 20th Century Fox, BMG, The Island Def Jam Music Group, Rainforest Films and more, as an additional Founder of PVIFF and the rest was history.  

Originally called the Sweet Auburn International Film Festival, the event was rebranded in 2009.  Since its inception PVIFF has served as the launching pad for many successful filmmakers and other artists alike in the film & entertainment industry. This dynamic international film festival showcases feature length films, shorts, music videos, documentaries, and screenplays from around the globe. PVIFF also features celebrity attractions, innovative workshops, panels, parties, and much more.   For information and tickets for PVIFF 2021, please visit: www.pviffatl.com

Ayanna Nicole

Hi! I’m Ayanna, a 28-year-old writer and artist. Although I graduated from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte with two degrees in art and psychology, I’ve had a passion for writing for as long as I can remember. By following my dreams and utilizing my creativity, I designed Jaro Magazine with the ultimate intention of bringing more positive stories in the black community to the forefront, while also highlighting our versatile and vibrant culture through Jaro’s four modes: film, books, art, and music. I’m into spirituality, nature walks, music festivals, poetry, traveling without a destination in mind, painting, and discussing everything out of the ordinary with other curious minds.

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