Films can inspire and incite, teach and provoke…We have a lot to learn and a lot to remember about the epic days of the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The Festival line up gathers some of the best in filmmaking about the civil rights movement. These films can help us celebrate our history and consider our future.
The March on Washington Film Festival takes place throughout the month of July, with screenings of films hosted in various locations throughout the city. All screenings are free to the public, but you must register for tickets for each film you wish to see.
The website can be found here.