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The Capital City Black Film Festival

While Black people across the diaspora have experienced some of life’s greatest trials, there’s one common thread that connects us – our resilience. In 2021, Capital City Black Film …

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Capital City Black Film Festival of Austin, TX attracts a multicultural audience of filmmakers, artists, industry professionals and film lovers from around the world. We invite you to submit your narrative or documentary feature film, short film, animation or music video to be considered for our 2021 program. We are excited for our 9th year and because of you, we are on track to be one of the fastest growing film festivals in the region. This December, CCBFF expects to present a slate of more than 80 films. Join us for our first-ever hybrid festival – which will include a special curated in-person and virtual experience. We are thrilled to be able to continue to reach a broad, diverse group of film enthusiasts across the globe!

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When and where will the Capital City Black Film Festival take place?

The Capital City Black Film Festival is set for Friday, Dec. 3 - Sunday, Dec. 5, 2021 virtually and in-person. Those who have purchased their passes will be given access to join the festival online on opening night on Dec. 3.

What is the Capital City Black Film Festival?

CCBFF is an Austin, Texas film festival that attracts a multicultural audience of filmmakers, artists, industry professionals and film lovers from around the world. We invite you to submit your narrative or documentary feature film, short film, animation or music video to be considered for our 2021 program. We are excited for our 9th year and because of you, we are on track to be one of the fastest growing film festivals in the region. This December, CCBFF expects to present a slate of more than 80 films. Join us for our first-ever hybrid festival – which will include a special curated in-person and virtual experience. We are thrilled to be able to continue to reach a broad, diverse group of film enthusiasts across the globe!

Will the panel discussions and the film screenings run simultaneously?
While CCBFF aims to educate, its main focus will be to screen films created by Black filmmakers. Panel discussions will be held when films are not being screened. This will allow attendees the opportunity to take full advantage of everything CCBFF has to offer. Filmmakers will gladly chat with attendees virtually about their films and craft.
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