Blog Archive

Sun

Jan 29

2017

Denton Black Film Festival hosts Women in Entertainment Panel

A Panel of Empowerment and Inspiration When you surround yourself with people that inspire you and encourage you to do great things you have a higher chance of chasing and achieving your dreams. The environment of Denton Black Film Festival’s Women in Entertainment panel embodied this sentiment in every way possible. Even before the discussion […]

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Sun

Jan 22

2017

DBFF: Strange Fruit and Cream: Short Films with a Lasting Impact

The Denton Black Film Festival has a history of short films that engage and invest the viewer as much, if not more, than feature-length films and documentaries. This year, Cream and Strange Fruit are among those that tell their stories and state their views in less than 15 minutes. Both are centered around and directed […]

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Fri

Jan 20

2017

DBFF: The Land Beneath our Feet: The Tremendous Power of History

The Land Beneath our Feet explores concepts related to land ownership, cultural development, history and government interference, showcasing Emmanuel Urey as he deals with the reality of living in a commonwealth in Liberia. The feature is at once an anthropological view into the development and strife within the country but manages to feel deeply personal and […]

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