August 21, 2019

2019 Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film

2019 Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film

 Collective Memory(ies): Our Diaspora

The Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film is the Stone Center’s annual seriesspotlighting film from all corners of the African diaspora. Manyscreenings are North Carolinapremieres and feature commentary and appearances by the directors and local scholars. Thisyear’s edition will includecommunity screenings atthe Varsity Theater and in Durham at NC Central University.The2019festival, which opens on September 29, includes over 20 films from across the diaspora.Also included inthe 2019 edition isthe popular Lunchtime screenings at noon in theHitchcock Multipurpose Room. All screenings are free and open to the public and will take place at the Stone Center (150 South Rd, Chapel Hill) unless otherwisenoted. 

For screening timesand more information on our fall programming, be sure to plug into theStone Center’s social media outlets, our webpageorreach us byphone at 919-962-9001. 

 

September 29 | Varsity Theater, 123 Franklin St, Chapel Hill | 4pm  

LORRAINE HANSBERRY: SIGHTED EYES / FEELING HEART  

 

October 1 | Hitchcock Multipurpose Room | 6:30pm 

ALWAYS IN SEASON

 

October 3 | Hitchcock Multipurpose Room | 12pm

MANHOOD

I AM MY OWN MOTHER  

INVINCIBLE BOY  

RIVERMENT  

 

October 8 | Hitchcock Multipurpose Room | 6:30pm 

SPRINTER

 

October 10 | Hitchcock Multipurpose Room |12pm

AN ACT OF TERROR

EDGECOMBE 

THE INFAMOUS FUTURE 

 

October 19 Stanford L. Warren Library, 1201 Fayetteville St, Durham | 1:00pm 

SCARED OF REVOLUTION  

 

October 24 | Hitchcock Multipurpose Room | 12pm

THE CHANGING SAME 

IT’S WHO YOU KNOW  

GIVE

OBINI BATÁ: WOMEN OF THE DRUMS   

 

October 29 | Hitchcock Multipurpose Room | 6:30pm

PRINCESS OF THE ROW

 

October 30 | Hitchcock Multipurpose Room | 6:30pm 

STRIVE

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