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The Technically Brilliant Show- Lunch Stream

Virtual Live on DBFF Facebook & Youtube

Guest: Alton Glass; “The Technically Brilliant Show” profiles filmmakers, artists, and execs using virtual reality, augmented reality, and other technologies to tell Black stories. The show is a collaboration between Denton Black Film Festival Institute and Black Public Media’s BPMplus initiative. The lunch hour series will be released Every Wednesday at 11:30CT/12:30ET on Youtube and Facebook Live.

Free

Jews and African Americans in the Civil Rights Movement

Zoom Virtual

From the founding of the NAACP to the famous friendship between Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to Jewish participation in the Freedom Rides, American Jews were actively involved in the Civil Rights Movement. Join our friends at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum to learn more about African Americans and Jews during this time.

Free

The Technically Brilliant Show- Lunch Stream

Virtual Live on DBFF Facebook & Youtube

Guest: Bayete Ross Smith; “The Technically Brilliant Show” profiles filmmakers, artists, and execs using virtual reality, augmented reality, and other technologies to tell Black stories. The show is a collaboration between Denton Black Film Festival Institute and Black Public Media’s BPMplus initiative. The lunch hour series will be released Every Wednesday at 11:30CT/12:30ET on Youtube and Facebook Live.

Free

#DBFF22 Submissions Open

Do you have a film that you think the Denton Black Film Festival audience would love to see? Want to compete in the second annual Music Video Competition? Submit your work for #DBFF22.

The Technically Brilliant Show- Lunch Stream

“The Technically Brilliant Show” profiles filmmakers, artists, and execs using virtual reality, augmented reality, and other technologies to tell Black stories. The show is a collaboration between Denton Black Film Festival Institute and Black Public Media’s BPMplus initiative. The lunch hour series will be released Every Wednesday at 11:30CT/12:30ET on Youtube and Facebook Live.

Free

Virtual Screening: Greenwood Avenue

Greenwood Avenue is a virtual reality experience, created by Ayana Baraka, about a 14-year-old girl who lives in the Greenwood District, also known as Black Wall Street, during the 1920s. This scripted five-part series follows her coming-of-age story while revealing the history of Black Wall Street and the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.

$10