Iconoclast Productions is a a grassroots community media arts non-profit organization founded in San Francisco’s Fillmore/Western Addition on March 19, 1993. We incorporated as a 501c3 non-profit in 2001. We have since expanded to include the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.

Iconoclast Productions, a San Francisco Bay Area media arts nonprofit organization that works with artists with disabilities, in African American community, produces multicultural programs honoring the African Diaspora, in the homeless community, and in the LGBTQIA+ communities.

The mission of the non-profit is to encouraging through training, consulting, and exhibition programs African American participation in multimedia: film/video, music/audio, and animation; and offering through training and consultation, assistance to multimedia artists with disabilities. To expand service to other African American populations in San Francisco.

In order to achieve our goal of empowering our people to express ourselves and represent ourselves in the media arts, we have established training programs such as the African American Multimedia Conference (est. 1996), and Iconoclast Kids (est. 1998), as well as showcasing opportunities including the San Francisco Black Independent Film Festival (est. 1997), and the Juneteenth Independent Festival (est. 1999).
Iconoclast Productions is the proud sponsor of San Francisco City College’s African American Media Arts Association (est. 2008), a student union group that encourages college film, video, and sound makers.

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