Chance The Rapper's Non-Profit Launches Film Festival for Black History Month
Did Chance The Rapper pick these films himself?
Chance The Rapper’s non-profit Social Works will be spearheading a film festival to celebrate Black History Month at the Studio Movie Grill in Chicago.
Chance The Rapper announced the film festival on Thursday, the first day of Black History Month.
Chicago 🗣🗣 Tomorrow is the 1st day of @SocialWorks_Chi’s Black History Month Film Festival! Come watch THE WIZ tomorrow at 11am & again on Saturday at 5pm. Tickets are available online & at the door for only $7 pic.twitter.com/N8s4gUPCHl
— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) February 2, 2018
The festival will showcase such classics as Malcolm X, Shot in the Dark and Ali. On February 16th, the festival will feature future classic Black Panther.
The best part about it is that tickets for the festival are only $7 dollars.
The festival kicks off on Friday, February 2nd. From the 2nd to the 3rd the festival will show the classic Wizard of Oz remake The Wiz.
Check out the full schedule for the festival below.