SocialWorks' 3rd Annual Black History Month Film Festival will run at Showplace Icon Theater, 1011 S. Delano Ct., through March 1.
Throughout February, SocialWorks is screening Black movies like Hollywood Shuffle, with Robert Townsend; Set It Off, with Jada Pinkett and Queen Latifah; Fences; the Chicago-set movie Love Jones; the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse; and more. SocialWorks, founded by Grammy-award-winning musician and humanitarian Chance the Rapper, aims to empower the youth through the arts, education and civic engagement.
The final day concludes on Sunday, March 1 highlighting some of the best young indie Chicago and Midwest filmmakers; included this year are films like Sugar Hill, Brothers from the Suburbs, The CTA project, and Present Tense.
See ShowplaceIcon.com to purchase tickets; for more information, visit SocialWorkChi.org/news/3rd-annual-black-history-month-film-festival .