The goal of the festival is to promote art, literature, and film created for, by, and about African Americans; to encourage literacy and education; and to shine a spotlight on the rich history of Chicago’s Bronzeville commmunity.
Films to be screened on June 21 include Ten Days in Africa, Hip Hop Revolution, and Sisters in Cinema.
The festival runs through June 22, 2008.
Film Screening Schedule
- June 19: Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela and King in Chicago
- June 20: What Black Men Think and Spin
- June 21: Ten Days in Africa, Hip Hop Revolution, Sisters in Cinema, Jordan Strong: The Second Grader, and Beyond Beats and Rhymes
- June 22: The Wiz, starring Diana Ross
For more information call 773-651-0700 or visit www.bronzefest.com.