Justice Film Festival

DateNovember 18-21, 2020
DescriptionJustice Film Festival is the premier showcase for films that celebrate social justice and affirm the sacred dignity of the human person. Since 2013, JFF has been dedicated to creating a platform for redemptive stories of marginalized people and ecosystems bravely overcoming challenges and bringing hope, compassion and light to a world in need of inspiration.

In the shadow of the profound and necessary national conversation about racial justice, the 8th annual Justice Film Festival returns in 2020 as an all virtual event taking place November 18-21 - this year in partnership with Baylor University. Together JFF x Baylor will leverage the power of cinema to share insights about race, culture, and social injustice.

The four-day virtual film festival will consist of over 40 selected features and shorts including world premiere screenings, content from studios and emerging filmmakers as well as behind the lens talkback sessions recorded with filmmakers. Using Eventives secure screening platform Justice Film Festivals partnership with Baylor will offer students, faculty, alumni and partners from Waco and beyond the opportunity to screen this year's top films promoting a more just world from the comfort of their homes.
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