Don't Miss the 28th Annual Black Film Festival

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Don't Miss the 28th Annual Black Film Festival

See a Double Feature every week!

Join us on Tuesdays in February as we celebrate Black History Month with our annual film festival. The 28th Annual Black Film Festival offers a Double Feature every week, with entertaining and thought-provoking shorts and full length films.

February 7 
4pm      Black American Experience: Shirley Chisholm (2009, 20 mins)
              Hating Obama (2014, 68 mins)
6pm      Queen of Katwe  (2016, 124 mins)

February 14
4pm      August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand (2015, 90 mins)
6pm      Almost Christmas (2016, 111 mins)

February 21
4pm      The Nine Lives of Marion Barry (2009, 78 mins)
6pm      Loving (2016, 123 mins)

February 28
4pm      The American Experience: Citizen King (2004, 120 mins)
6pm      Moonlight (2016, 111 mins)

Films start at 4 p.m. and at 6 p.m. in Room A-5, located on the lower level.