Experience Film Through a Different Lens. The Diamond State Black Film Festival (DSBFF) will spotlight selected works created by and/or featuring People of Color. The festival offers something for everyone with productions from various genres by filmmakers from Delaware to California.
DSBFF aims to inspire the next generation of filmmakers while also showcasing career opportunities and trends in the film industry through a series of workshops and panel discussions.
Films will be screened at Penn Cinema Riverfront, a state-of-the-art theatre located at 401 S. Madison St in Wilmington, DE with some evening events being held at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts over the film festival weekend.
The festival is organized by the Gamma Theta Lambda Education Foundation, Inc. at Delaware-based nonprofit that promotes educational opportunities and presents culturally relevant arts programming for the community. Learn more about the foundation at gtledf.org.