Boston Globe Black History Month Film Festival
The Boston Globe is proud to host its 4th annual Black History Month Film Festival.
This event series aims to celebrate the lives, culture, and creativity of Black Americans through a mix of classic and new films, which will be available for viewing throughout the month.
Each screening will be followed by a panel discussion to provide insight and context for these stories of strength, joy, and love.
Join Globe writers and editors, filmmakers, and talent for these six installments.
Please note, screenings and discussions will be a mix of in person and virtual viewing.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH - 12:00PM EST
IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH - 12:00PM EST
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH
A BEAUTIFUL RESISTANCE: LIVE!
*RSVP required for the in-person screening & discussion
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH - 12:00PM EST
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH - 6:30PM EST
THE MURAL MASTER
*RSVP required for the in-person screening & discussion here
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH - 7:00PM EST
THE SPACE RACE
*Presented by The Roxbury International Film Festival and Museum of Science
MAY 17TH - JUNE 16TH
*Purchase tickets through The Huntington Theatre
Varies by screening
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