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It took a while, but finally the complete and final 2010 Black Harvest Film Festival in Chicago has been announced. Over 40 movies in every category from feature film to shorts, documentaries, dramas (such as Bilal’s Stand pictured), comedies and everything else in between. All the films will be screened at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago located at 164 N. State St in the heart of downtown Chicago.
Opening night is Friday August 6th and the festival continues throughout the month until Thursday Sept. 2 with a special advance screening of Tanya Hamilton’s Night Captures Us with Ms. Hamilton present. Of course I will be there too on most nights, so if you ever had the desire to punch me out for any of my articles on S & A now here’s your chance. (Not that I encourage it though…)
The complete list below:
The Gene Siskel Film Center welcomes »
Believe or not we’re still looking at submissions (they come in thick and fast around the deadline date) so the official list of films at this year’s Black Harvest Film Festival 2010 in Chicago can’t be announced yet, but it will be soon. However it can be confirmed as of today that Tanya Robinson’s film Night Catches Us with Anthony Mackie and Kerry Washington will be screened at this year’s festival before it’s November theatrical release by Magnolia Pictures. Director Tanya Robinson will be attending the screening in person, and hopefully both Mackie and Washington as well.
(On second thought maybe just Washington. I’ve met her once before and I swear I think she flirted me with me. Yeah I know. I find that hard to believe too even with a face like mine, but I swear I think she did. Scouts honor. Maybe »
2 items from 2010
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