The Denton Black Film Festival Will Be Virtual This Year and You Should Be Watching
By JANUARY 20, 2022 | 4:00AM
The Denton Black Film Festival, which showcases cinematic storytelling that highlights the Black experience through film, music, dance, technology and the visual arts, is back for its eighth consecutive year.
Because of COVID, the DBFF will take place virtually starting Jan. 27 with showings thru Feb. 6, giving attendees the opportunity to experience the festival wherever they have Wi-Fi.
The event has built up an international following that brings attendees and filmmakers from around the world to North Texas to enjoy and experience hidden gems of Black cinema, spoken word and other arts. This year, the Denton Black Film Festival will tell numerous Black stories through 100 independent films that made it through a competitive selection process.