Capital City Black Film Festival is Back in Austin for
Another Successful Showing August 21-23, 2014
In 2013, CCBFF kicked off its inaugural year with screen two days of independent films expressing the African American experience. Now, the 2014 festival is staged to be an even BIGGER event. With household names such as ACL, SXSW and Urban Music Festival in its annual calendar, Austinnow includes CCBFF on the city’s list of annual premiere events. Taking place in the beautiful Palmer Events Center, this year’s festival will again host screenings of feature films, documentary/feature films, short films, documentary/short films and music videos. The film ratings will range from G through the maximum of R.
When asked about this year’s festival, executive director Winston Williams says “Every day I am amazed by the interest in the festival. Filmmakers from around the country are contacting us, submitting their films and sharing our information. We are proud to have JuVee Productions of Los Angeles, California on board with us again this year and thank Julius Tennon and Viola Davis for their unwavering support of CCBFF.”
This year’s festival will be MC’d by KVUE Anchor Quita Culpepper and will begin Thursday, August 21, 2014 with an opening night reception, featuring special performances and a feature film screening. Friday and Saturday of the festival will include interactive industry workshops from 9a-11a and film screenings, panel discussions, and more from 12p-9p. The full schedule is published on our website at http://www.capcitybff.com.
Event: Capital City Black Film Festival
When: Thursday, August 21, 2014, Friday, August 22nd, 2014, and Saturday,
August 23rd, 2014.
Where: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin, Texas 78704
and The Brass House, 115 San Jacinto, Austin, TX 78703
About the Capital City Black Film Festival:
Capital City Black Film Festival (CCBFF) is a Texas film festival based in Austin, the Capital of Texas. The festival’s goal is to bring together talented African Americans involved in media and the film industry. The festival’s main goal is to provide burgeoning Black filmmakers from across the nation an opportunity to showcase their work in one of the top cities in the United States for independent filmmakers, Austin Texas. CCBFF also educates filmmakers on the vast resources available to them in Austin and in Texas.