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Black Harvest Film Festival

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The Kill Hole
Photograph: Courtesy Black Harvest Film Festival

Time Out says

Like many other film festival, the Gene Siskel Film Center's annual celebration of cinema that celebrates stories of the Black experience is going online. Highlights of this year's streaming lineup include a tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman in the form of a screening of the 2011 film The Kill Hole and the documentary Unapologetic, which follows two activists seeking justice for the young black individuals killed by Chicago police. As usual, there's also a series of robust short film programs, accompanied by online panels and workshops. Visit the Black Harvest Film Festival website for a complete schedule of screenings and ticketing options.


$10 per screening, $50–$100 festival pass
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