Film News: Chicago’s 2018 Black Harvest Film Festival Closes with ‘Fear of a Black Hat’

Chicago – The month long celebration that is the 2018 Black Harvest Film Festival is coming to a close on August 30th with a special revival screening of 1993’s “Fear of a Black Hat.” The ahead-of-its-time hip hop “mockumentary” chronicles the misadventures of the group Nwh. Director Rusty Cundieff will make an appearance of behalf of the film’s 25th Anniversary. Over its run, the Black Harvest Film Festival featured a cornucopia of African American themed features and shorts celebrating stories, dreams, history and legacy.

Director Rusty Cundieff Also Portrayed ‘Ice Cold’ in “Fear of a Black Hat

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The Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago has presented cutting edge cinema, both as a vital part of the school’s offerings and as a continuous celebration of the cinema for the general public. The Film Center’s programming includes specialized
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