R E S O N A N C E, a visual meditation directed by Adam Jabari, is an official selection for the 18th Annual Seattle Black Film Festival.
Seattle, WA - Seattle Black Film Festival 2021 is bringing ten days of on-demand Black cinematic excellence with a three-day weekend of fully on-line screening events resonating from across the diaspora. This 18th edition of the Seattle Black Film Festival (formerly Langston Hughes African American Film Festival) runs April 16-26th. The Seattle Black Film Festival traditionally animates the hallways of the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute in Seattle’s historically Black Central District neighborhood. 2021 is the second year the festival will be held entirely online due to COVID-19.
Seattle Black Film Festival (SBFF) 2021 kicks off Friday April 16th, with a curated selection of 2021 Official Selection films offered on-demand for pass holders and single event ticket-holders. Passes are on sale now! Viewers can choose from a broad selection of films around this year’s themes: A Diaspora in Displacement, Decolonizing the Narrative in Our #OwnVoices, The Future of Our Identity (youth-focused films) and Black Love, Self Love. Each of these on-demand selections will feature a special screening event during a full weekend of community conversations April 23rd, 24th and 25th, bringing depth and perspective to this year’s themes. The SBFF 2021 on-demand selection is available from Friday April 16th, through Monday April 26th.
Information about the 2021 Seattle Black Film Festival is being updated regularly and can be found at : langstonseattle.org/SBFF
Festival Pass: $65 (available now -
Timed screenings & corresponding VOD content: $15 (on sale soon!)