The sweet auburn international film festival was created in 2006 by founder Len Gibson, the owner/curator of the African American cinema gallery and the Hispanic cinema museum. That same year 2006 Gibson partnered with recording industry entertainment executive James “JB” Brown who’s impressive bio dates back as early as 1989 with bet, rain forest films, 20th century fox, BMG records and the island Defjam music group and the rest was history. The event was rebranded in 2009 as the Peachtree village international film festival. 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 feature celebrity attractions, innovative workshops, panels, parties, and much more. PVIFF is poised to become one of the most celebrated film events through dynamic programming and a dedication to helping filmmakers excel in their careers. PVIFF’s brand is entrenched in the old saying "it takes a village." our vision allows us to create a “village” atmosphere of opportunity for filmmakers, business owners and film enthusiasts.