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The theme for this year’s festival is “Resistance,” highlighting films that look at political and social uprisings, including the civil rights events of the 1960s, the Los Angeles race riots of the 1990s and more.
Most screenings and festival events take place at three locations in Philadelphia’s University City — Lightbox Film Center at International House Philadelphia, the Institute of Contemporary Art and Drexel University’s Pearlstein Gallery.
Moore’s Class Documentary, a 19-minute film featuring West Philadelphia sixth graders talking about how to make their community better.
Other exciting films include Wilmington 10 – USA 10,000, a film about political prisoners in Wilmington, DE, that explores international human rights issues, the criminal justice system and racism.
Saturday at 2 p.m., Black Star will screen the Philadelphia premiere of actress Gabourey Sidibe’s short film The Tale of Four, which was inspired by Nina Simone’s song Four Women.
Saturday also brings special youth programming and short films made for and by young people like Ms.
Black Star has partnered with two University City hotels, Sheraton Philadelphia and The Inn at Penn, to offer discounts on hotel rooms during the 2017 festival.
Both festival hotels are within walking distance from the main festival venues.
For the complete schedule of events, click right here.
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The 54-minute film follows siblings at lunch with their estranged father.
Friday night’s world-premiere feature film is the romantic-comedy Hello Cupid, a spin-off from the popular Black & Sexy TV series of the same title that follows a shy, awkward woman who jumps into the world of online dating.