I can't tell whether or not FNF is doing a "good" job because I don't know what its objectives are specifically. There is a general statement on their site, but it's not really informative as to specifics.
When I look at foundations, like ones in Washington, in order to figure out what they're up to, I look for an annual report. FNF doesn't have one. I look for who runs it, because they set the strategies. FNF doesn't report on personnel. I look for the money flows, even if it's non-profit, because money flows in and goes out, and that tells a great deal about success, failure, direction, economy, waste, costs, and so on. I don't see anything about this on the FNF site. Maybe I'm missing some obvious link.
I certainly can't tell about the roles, rivalries, ambitions and thinking of specific persons in the organization.
I cannot attend the festivals, so their programs are unimportant to me, especially as they seem to cycle and recycle well-known noirs. I have no idea whether these festivals bring in revenues and how much the costs are to mount them. I have no idea whether the people doing all of this donate their time or not, or how they might gain from their association with FNF as an organization.
I have no idea how the people running FNF got their positions or what it takes for someone outside the current group to become an insider and influence their policies.
If you are getting the idea that I'm skeptical about foundations, because of their lack of transparency, there is truth to that conclusion.