SocialWorks Presents The 2nd Annual Black History Month Film Festival
In honor of Black History Month, SocialWorks is proud to announce The 2nd Annual Black History Month Film Festival! During the entire month of February and the first weekend of March, SocialWorks invites you to join them in a celebration of black history through film. This years film festival will be held at Showplace Icon Theatre (1011 S. Delano Ct.) and consist of over 15 films including but not limited to; shorts, independent films and feature-length films, as well panel discussions with selected film directors and Q+A post-screening interviews with some very exceptional guests!
Click here to purchase tickets (ranging between $10-$14) in advance. Tickets will also be sold at the door!
Last year, SocialWorks presented their inaugural Black History Month Film Festival! Every Friday and Saturday in February, at Studio Movie Grill’s Chatham location, SocialWorks invited families, friends, and supporters to enjoy some of our favorite Black History films! The movies included: “The Wiz”; “Malcolm X” and “Ali,” as well as an advanced screening of “Shot in the Dark” with a panel discussion featuring Chance and the players of Orr High School’s elite basketball team! We also celebrated the premiere of “Black Panther” by providing giveaways to anyone who showed their movie ticket. And the best part was that people could give back. Using SMGCHANCE, $1.50 was donated to SocialWorks, helping empower through the arts, education and civic engagement.
This year looks to be just as exciting!
Date & Time
Friday, February 8th
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