Capital City Black Film Festival is Back in Austin for Another Successful Showing August 21-23, 2014 Capital City Black Film Festival (CCBFF) is back after a tremendous inaugural year in September 2013. 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 … Continue reading Capital City Black Film Festival Starting Tomorrow!!
If you have not already gotten your tickets for this great inaugural event, do it now! Austin is hosting an event that has not been attempted in our community especially for Black filmmakers , writers and producers. Don’t miss this opportunity to mix and mingle with some of the best while enjoying many different films. Go to http://www.capcitybff.com for ticket information and more. Stay Tune … Continue reading Capital City Black Film Festival
Inaugural Black Film Festival Debuts in Austin Next Month
Austin, TX – Building on the city’s tradition of celebrating the arts, Capital City Black Film Festival will be honoring urban filmmakers from September 26‐28 in the city’s first festival dedicated to recognizing black filmmakers and actors.
The event will host competitive screenings of documentaries, features, shorts, and music videos, as well as exclusive licensed content shown in private screenings. The festival will also include panel discussions on topics such as modern film production and distribution, and will feature acclaimed filmmakers and activists such as former Austinite and film producer, Julius Tennon, co‐founder of Juvee Pruductions in Los Angeles California and Deborah Riley Draper creator of Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution. Continue reading “2013 Capital City Black Film Festival”