The Peachtree Village International Film Festival is an international film, music, and tech festival featuring some of the world’s Best-In-Class indie and mainstream content.
Feature length films, shorts, music videos, documentaries, and screenplays from around the globe, empowering creatives by offering Contracts, Distribution, and more.
20+ Film Screenings. Featured Q&A’s following Screenings with celebrities. Branded Panels/Workshops featuring Celebrities, Brand Executives, Studio Executives & more.
Celebrities, Sponsors, VIP Ticket Holders & Special Guests will experience a superior treatment of Food, Gifting, Suites & More…
“JB” has amassed over 30 years as an innovator, disruptor and trailblazer in the entertainment industry. He has many interests, whether it be marketing, producing, executive producing, consulting and being a businessman, ethics and integrity remain the guidelines to each endeavor. JB has worked with numerous elite companies such as BET, FOX, DEF JAM, Island Records and a host of others.
JB proudly supports the Silas & Helen T. Brown Children’s Foundation, Salvation Army, Boys & Girls Club, UNICEF, YWCA/YMCA, Foundation for the Carolinas, Mental Health Association of the Central Carolinas, & the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He also launched the Sweet Auburn International Film Festival, which later evolved into the Peachtree Village International Film Festival.
Not satisfied with the status quo, Gibson used his experience and education to develop two important contributions to American culture. In 2000, he launched GIPP Entertainment, followed by GIPP Museums, Inc. The acronym stands for “Getting Into People’s Perspectives,” a philosophy that drives both the African American Cinema Gallery (AACG) and the Hispanic Cinema Gallery (HCG). Gibson has been a part of launching numerous successful film festivals inclusive of founding PVIFF.
He obtained his BA from High Point University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. His qualifications as a cinema expert include teaching screenwriting on the collegiate circuit, producing film and television, consulting entertainment brands and more.
PVIFF was my introduction into the movies. And now, I handle a multitude of productions in the Film & Music Industry. My career wouldn't be what it is without PVIFF.
The screenings were amazing. But then to top it off, they had a Pitch Tent with Adi Cohen and others. That was a game changer for me.
It's an honor to be a part of the Peachtree Village International Film Festival. The work they're doing actually brings producers, writers, actors, and talent all together under the same roof. Kudos!