The third annual African-American Film Festival opens tonight at 8 at the Baltimore Museum of Art with ''Oreos With Attitude'' and "Touki Bouki.''
"Oreos" is the story of black urban professionals who decide to adopt a white child to promote racial harmony. "Touki Bouki" follows the adventures of a young African couple who dream of going to Paris. After the screenings Dr. Mbye Cham, professor of African-American history at Howard University in Washington, D.C., and actress Miriam Niang are to lead a discussion.
Tomorrow at 8 p.m. is the screening of ''Tongues Untied,'' an account of Black gay life, and ''Anemone Me,'' a story of a young blind body builder.