Film festival creates space for sharing and empowerment of black culture

Film festival creates space for sharing and empowerment of black culture

Film festival creates space for sharing and empowerment of black culture
January 31
16:24 2018

This past weekend served as the 4th annual Denton Black Film Festival. Sponsored by the Greater Denton Arts Council, NBC5, the Denton Record Chronicle and many others, the three-day event was the scene of spoken word poetry, creative shorts and narrative art.

The festival served as a space where like minded African-American creatives could collaborate and share their work in the industry and for the community. Through informative forums and Q&A panel discussions from the best in the business, individuals were able to network and grow in their craft. The festival showcased a series of feature-length and short films as well as episodes of TV shows.

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