Denton Black Film Festival Presents Diverse Offerings




For four years now, the Denton Black Film Festival (DBFF) has been committed to offering a platform that showcases filmmakers and films that tell diverse, dynamic stories. This year’s festival will be held from January 25 through 28 at the Campus Theatre. As the festival expands into music, art and performance, the audience continues to grow as a loyal committed following across the region.

The biggest black film festival in North Texas, DBFF is a platform to share stories through film about the layers and diversity of the black experience, as well as highlight and celebrate accomplishments of African-American filmmakers, including actors, producers, directors and other industry professions.

With anticipated attendance of more than 5,000 attendees, DBFF also explores a variety of cultural expressions through collaborations and ancillary events that encompass art, music, spoken word and comedy.

Location: 14 W. Hickory St., Denton. For passes and for more information, call 469-573-0799 or visit DentonBFF.com.

 

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