The Kravis Center’s African-American Film Festival is celebrating 14 years this February. The annual event will exhibit films with an emphasis on the African-American experience that also feature African-Americans in central roles both in front of and behind the camera.
This year’s festival line-up will feature: Their Eyes Were Watching God (set in central and southern Florida) on February 4, Sparkle on February 11 and The Long Walk Home on February 18. Tickets for the series are $30, or $12 per individual film. All films will be followed by a Q&A session in the hopes of educating, entertaining, and enlightening all those who attend. To purchase tickets for the festival, visit kravis.org/film.