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North Carolina Black Film Festival
Cameron Art Museum, 3201 S. 17th St.
Wilmington, NC 28412

(910) 520-0775

This juried, invitational film festival celebrates independent motion pictures by African-American filmmakers, features shorts, animation, documentaries and feature films. The four-day festival in March is a welcome departure from your typical festival and offers films that are at once contemporary and historical. In a film-making town of Wilmington's magnitude, this extended weekend is one of the town's most varied arts events. Held at the Cameron Art Museum, Screen Gems EUE and the Hannah Block Historic USO and Community Arts Center, this is a wonderful occasion for families to attend and develop their appreciation for the culture explored in these movies.

 

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