WHERE SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CINEMA TAKE A SEAT
Join us for the Rhode Island Black Film Festival of feature, short and docmentary films.
The Rhode Island Black Film Festival celebrates the Black Experience in Film. RIBFF provides a platform for awareness for issues like Sickle Cell Anemia and Lead Poisoning.
From classic black cinema of CABIN IN THE SKY with Ethel Waters to the musical genius of John Coltrane to the civil rights role of Playwrite Lorraine Hansberry to Rhode Island filmmaker Kendall Moore. the Rhode Island Black Film Festival is where social justice and cinema take a seat.
"The films selected succeed in being both entertaining and illuminating which is what you desire from great storytellers” says Rhode Island Black Film Festival organizer, Ann Clanton.
Tickets are available online at www.ribff.org.
Filmmakers.and Creative Artists sharing their compelling stories of the black experience in Film. The Rhode Island Black Film Festival celebrates the Bold, Creative and Classic stories of people of color.
The Human Face of Lead Poisoning
Sighted Eyes:Feeling Heart
Ethel Waters Project
The 2018 film selections include:
CABIN IN THE SKY
CHASING TRANE: The John Coltrane Documentary
HUMAN FACE OF LEAD POISIONING
MIDDLE TO NOWHERE
SIGHTED EYES: FEELING HEART