The Multicultural Film Festival is an annual event that takes place in July. The festival was founded by Daryle Dennard and held its first event in 2009 at the historic Royal Theater in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota. The goal of the festival is to bring together people from around the world who share a passion for film and storytelling by showcasing new works from diverse artists from around the globe as well as providing opportunities for emerging talent to showcase their work in front of industry professionals who are seeking new talent.
Each year we host screenings of short films made by emerging filmmakers from across America as well as feature screenings of web series produced by established producers with deep roots within our community who want to show their work on a big screen but don't have access because they don't live near Hollywood or New York City where most film festivals take place every year (and even then).
The Micheaux Film Festival is a celebration of African Americans' lives, stories, and achievements in the United States and worldwide. It's named after Oscar Micheaux, the first African American filmmaker and author.
The festival was inspired by Oscar Micheaux, the first African American filmmaker and author. In his lifetime he wrote over 60 screenplays, directed 20 films, and produced more than 100 films. He also opened a film school for black actors in 1926.
Oscar Micheaux's legacy lives on at the Micheaux Film Festival. This year we're celebrating our 20th anniversary!
The Micheaux Film Festival is a celebration of African American life, stories, and achievements in the United States and worldwide. The festival is named after Oscar Micheaux, the first African American filmmaker and author.
The Micheaux Film Festival has been running for many years and focuses on celebrating African American lives, stories, and achievements through film. We aim to bring together like-minded individuals who enjoy film as well as connecting them with others who share similar passions for cinema.
We are proud to announce that our 7th annual Micheaux Film Festival will take place from October 11th until July 17th 202 at various locations throughout Los Angeles, CA.
If you're interested in attending this year's event then please visit our website today for more details!
To celebrate the life and legacy of Oscar Micheaux, the first African American filmmaker, and author, we are proud to announce the inaugural Micheaux Film Festival. The event will feature screenings of Mr. Micheaux's films, as well as a panel discussion with his descendants.
If you'd like to attend this event, please RSVP at Micheauxfilmfest.com today! We hope you'll join us in celebrating African Americans' lives, stories, and achievements in the United States and worldwide!
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