31st Annual Black Film Festival

Georgetown Library

31st Annual Black Film Festival

The DC Public Library presents 
31st Annual Black Film Festival
Every Tuesday evening in February, starting at 6 p.m. at Georgetown Library

Feb. 4
Harriet: The incredible true story of Harriet Tubman, and her quest to lead hundreds of slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Directed by Kasi Lemmons. 2019, 125 minutes, rated PG-13.

Feb. 11
The Learning Tree: Powerful and moving story of a black teenager growing up in 1920's Kansas. Directed by Gordon Parks. 1969, 107 minutes, rated  PG.
plus Mississippi and the Black Vote-1962 (57 minutes, not rated)

Feb. 18
Gemini Man:  Action-filled thriller starring Will Smith as an assassin fighting a younger clone of himself! Directed by Ang Lee. 2019, 118 minutes, rated PG-13
plus, Historic Black Panther Party Film (14 minutes, not rated)

Feb. 25
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975:  Brilliant documentary of the Black Power movement, featuring Angela Davis, Eldridge Cleaver and Stokely Carmichael. Directed by Goran Hugo Olsson. 2011, 92 minutes, not rated.
    
The Georgetown Neighborhood Library
Lower Level Meeting Room