RIBFF VISIONS IN BLACK CINEMA -FESTIVAL PASS

FREE

Event Date Apr 22, 2021 12:00 AM | Show Details Hide Details

The Rhode Island Black Film Festival presents "Visions in Black Cinema for the 21st Century, April 22-25, 2021
Four days, eighteen selections of compelling feature, short and documentary films. In these extraordinary times the Rhode Island Black Film Festival is pleased to offer our screenings free to you thanks to the generosity of our sponsors Paolino Properties, NAMIC -New England, Stages of Freedom, and our 2021 season sponsor Bank of Amer our 2021 Season Bank of America.

Films Available Thursday, April 22, 8:30 p.m. until Sunday, April 25, 8:30 p.m.
A BLOSSOM IN THE NIGHT
Director - Tayo Amos
Running Time 16.09

A NATURAL CHOICE
Director: Harrell Williams
Running Time 16:37

BALLOON MAN
Director - Chantal Potter Running Time: 1:40

BLACK BIRTHING/BLACK MOTHERHOOD THROUGH THE LENS
Director:Ade Adewunmi (Ade) Osinubi
Running Time: 8:22.00

DAYIE
Director: Anthony Nti
Running Time:20.00

I HATE THIS FKN’ JOB
Director: Monique Lola Berkley
Running Time 17:30

HIGHER LEARNING
Running Time: 2h 7min

LA LEYENDA
Running Time 1:00:00
Director Benito Marquez

LOW KEY
Running Time: 1:33:17
Director: Rocky White

MAMA. BEAR
Director: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi
Running Time: 7:43

RESTORATION:The Concert
Directors: Benny Starr, Rodrick Cliche
Running time 1:06:40

SKY BLOSSOM: Diaries of the Next Greatest Generation
Director Richard Lui
Running Time: 01:27:37

TELL THEM WE ARE RISING
Director Stanley Nelson
Running Time 1h 25m

THE LUCKY ONES
Director Debra Wilson
Running Time: 25:15

The Rhode Island Black Film Festival each day will feature LIVE discussions with actors, filmmakers, and film industry leaders as they share their creative process in the art of filmmaking. We look to cover every aspect of the art and business of storytelling through the platform of film.

The Rhode Island Black Film Festival is Rhode Island's only platform serving as a creative space for conversations, ideas, and projects by filmmakers of African- American, Caribbean, and Afro-Latin descent.
The Rhode Island Black Film Festival Is where social justice and cinema take a seat.

A link to the Films will be sent 24 hours before the Festival begins. For more information email info@ribff.org
The Rhode Island Black Film Festival is four days of screenings of feature, short and documentary films by filmmakers from around the globe.