Be captivated! Be entertained and be inspired at the Denton Black Film Festival! Attend this exciting virtual showcase of film, cinema, music, spoken word, art and more January 27 through February 6.
Festival Line Up
• Film – 108 films, narratives, and shorts
• Art – Ciara Bryant
• Music – Featured performer, Ashleigh Smith, Gospel Meets Jazz
• Spoken Word – Nationally recognized performers hosted by Verb Culture
• Comedy – Variety of comedians hosted by Mary Boyce (Tom Joyner Show)
• Dance – Screen Dance
• Original Music Competition – Various artist videos
• Social Justice – Workshops & panels
DBFF Institute Panels for Filmmakers and Creatives
• Tech Expo – Technology Expo Panels around AI, VR, AR, and more
Registration and ticket sales are open now! Click HERE to purchase your all access passes and tickets.
About The Denton Black Film Festival
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The Denton Black Film Festival is an annual event that showcases the stories of the Black community – its traditions, ideas and experiences – through the art of storytelling. Each festival, held annually in January and presented by the 501 (c) 3 non-profit Denton African American Scholarship Foundation, features African American cinema, music, art, spoken word, comedy and more. It is their way of bringing the Black experience to life.
Denton Black Film Festival
January 27 - February 6 (Virtual Showcase)
For a complete schedule, access passes and tickets, click here.