17 nov 2023 · It is the oncoming harvest that calls the Midwesterner to winter’s slumber; it is the impressive haul, filled by Thursday night’s inspiring closing showing and the countless films of the last two weeks during this year’s Black Harvest Film Festival, that will nourish many in the colder days ahead. Advertisement.
2 nov 2023 · THE LOOP — The Black Harvest Film Festival, opening Friday in the Loop, will screen films celebrating Black hope and triumph. The 29th annual festival runs through Nov. 16 at the Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State St., and includes 20 feature films and 10 short programs.
13 nov 2023 · Robert Daniels November 13, 2023. Tweet. With the arrival of the 29th annual Black Harvest Film Festival, I am again reminded of the spirit of the late, great Sergio Mims. This is the first year of a lineup not composed by him, the festival's founder. And yet, BHFF remains just as resilient as the seeds Mims planted.
14 nov 2023 · RogerEbert.com spoke with Sorelle at the Black Harvest Film Festival to talk about gentrification in Little Haiti, her film’s necessary use of Creole, and the displaying of humanist portrayals of immigrants in “Mountains.” This interview has been edited and condensed.
13 nov 2023 · Chaz Ebert Celebrates 25 Years of Ebertfest While Honored at University of Illinois Alumni Awards Gala. The Editors November 21, 2023. An article about RogerEbert.com publisher Chaz Ebert being honored at the University of Illinois Alumni Awards Gala and looking forward to the 25th anniversary of the Roger Ebert Film Festival (Ebertfest).
24 nov 2023 · The 29th annual Black Harvest Film Festival was a celebration of Black cinema Chicago film fest celebrated works of the late John Singleton and concluded with new Tyler Perry documentary By...