Black Film Festival Logo in Red, Gold, Green and Black
Main Library
Lifelong Learning Center
Premieres Thursday, February 27 6:00 pm

Explore the way African
American experiences, families
and relationships are depicted
in film. Watch five selected
films in the comfort of your
home with your friends and
family then come to discuss the
representations in the films with
experts from the NAACP and the Charles E.
Brown African American Cultural Center at Indiana State University.
The five films to watch for discussion are: Crooklyn by Spike Lee (Rated
PG-13, 115 minutes); Loving by Jeff Nichols (Rated PG-13, 123 minutes);
Moonlight by Barry Jenkins (Rated R, 111 minutes); A Raisin in the Sun by
Daniel Petrie (Not Rated, 128 minutes); and Us by Jordan Peele (Rated R,
116 minutes).