The Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film (Fall 2022)
Since its inception in its current format in 2004, the annual Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film at the Stone Center has been spotlighting films from all corners of the African diaspora. Many?screenings are North Carolina?premieres and are followed by in-depth post-screening discussions featuring commentary, insights and contextualization by filmmakers and scholars. The post-screening discussion for Thursday evening's Africa-themed screenings will be led members of the Organization for African Students' Interests and Solidarity (OASIS) which is co-sponsoring the festival.
All screenings are free and open to the public. Unless otherwise?stated, all in-person screenings will occur onsite in the?Stone Center’s Hitchcock Multipurpose (150 South Rd, Chapel Hill).