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Celebrating The Power of Cinema, the 6th Texas Black Film Festival returns to Dallas

6th Texas Black Film FestivalCelebrating The Power of Cinema, the 6th Texas Black Film Festival returns to STUDIO MOVIE GRILL DALLAS next week, February 1st through 4th. Featuring the premieres of independent film from around the world, TBFF celebrates a rich culture through the art of film, workshops and filmmaker Q&A. Throughout the festival, TBFF will premiere over 50 shorts, documentaries, features and animations of independent filmmakers from Texas and from around the world. Wednesday February 1st at 6pm, actress Lynn Whitfield appears for the Red Carpet Premiere of the film "Kiss & Tell (Black Romance in Film)" by Darryl Pitts. A  thought provoking look at the history of African-American romance on screen. Narrated by Sheryl Lee Ralph, with commentary by Nia Long, Lynn Whitfield, Jasmine Guy, Diahann Carroll, Keenan Ivory Wayans, Tyler Perry and Roger Ebert among others. Thursday February 2nd at 8pm, TBFF features the classic "Paris Blues" starring Sidney Poitier, Diahann Carroll, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward (1961) licensed through Swank Motion Pictures for MGM/ UA. The story of two  jazz musicians living in Paris where racism is a non-issue. When they meet and fall in love with two  American girls, they must decide whether they should move back to America with them, or stay in Paris for the freedom Paris allows them. Friday February 3rd at 8pm, Hollywood icon Robert Townsend premieres his film, "In The Hive." Based on an actual school in North Carolina's Bertie County, a story of the power of love and a gripping reminder that we can all make a difference in a child's life. Townsend will also conduct a filmmaker's workshop Friday at Noon, providing a unique opportunity for Dallas filmmakers to interact with a legendary producer, writer, director and actor.Saturday February 4th at 6pm, TBFF features the premiere of "The Contradictions of Fair Hope," by S. Epatha Merkerson (narrated by Whoopi Goldberg).Set in rural Alabama, the film traces the development, struggles and gradual loss of tradition of one of the last remaining benevolent societies in America, known as 'The Fair Hope Benevolent Society.' S. Epatha Merkerson will be on hand for an insightful Q&A.

TBFF also features the Texas, U.S. and World premieres of inspiring, funny and insightful short films, documentaries and feature films from Texas and from around the world. Youth screenings, edgy short films and historical documentaries complete the programme. Taking place at the Studio Movie Grill - Dallas, located at the corner of Royal Lane and Central Expressway, all screenings and events are only $8.  For tickets, the complete schedule and film listings, go to www.TEXASBLACKFILMFESTIVAL.com 

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