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The 2016 Denton Black Film Festival (DBFF) will showcase films that entertain, educate, inspire, and communicate Black American cultural themes to the broader community as expressed through movies and art that reflect cultural mindset and changes through several generations of film-making. DBFF is a month long expo running January 7-31, featuring engaging and entertaining films and events, culminating in a major screening of over 25 award-winning and/or thought-provoking films by independent filmmakers January 29-31. The Festival offers programming for the family inspired by the African-American experience.  DBFF seeks to offer the works of local, national and international filmmakers, that often are not seen by a broad audience and may not be recognized through major theatrical release.




Denton Black Film Festival Presents Complementary 50 Shades of Black Video Series

 Denton Black Film Festival presents 50 Shades of Black- Video Series   DENTON TX. The 2016 Denton Black Film Festival presents 50 Shades of Black - a video series campaign. The concept is simple. 50 videos. 50 people. 1 goal : Tell the stories of everyday black people. In a media landscape where the stories of people of color are rare or misguiding, the series sets out to tell the stories of black people within the Dallas-Fort Worth community - in their own words.  &n...


Denton, TX, November 18, 2015 – The second annual Denton Black Film Festival (DBFF) is a weekend-long activity-filled event that begins with a VIP reception at Universi- ty of North Texas January 28, 2016. Screenings of feature films and documentaries, shorts and student films from high school and college students begin January 29-31 at the historic Campus Theatre downtown Denton. On Friday, January 29th, legendary actress, Irma P. Hall will receive the Lifetime...