Black Film Night is a examination of black independent cinema through seven films curated and hosted by Jesse Freeman. The start of the event coincides with the USA’s Martin Luther King day celebration. The first six films are showing at Coins Bar in Shibuya and the 7th* at the Hobgoblin in Akasaka. Entrance is free!
Dates, times & film titles from the event’s Facebook page:
1月19日 @ 19:00 Within our Gates – Oscar Micheaux
1月24日 @ 17:30 The Blood of Jesus – Spencer Williams
1月31日 @ 17:30 Shaft – Gordon Parks
2月07日 @ 17:30 Killer of Sheep – Charles Burnett
2月14日 @ 17:30 She’s Gotta Have It – Spike Lee
2月21日 @ 17:30 Chameleon Street – Wendell B. Harris Jr.
*2月28日 @ 17:30 An Oversimplification of Her Beauty –Terence Nance
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