Milwaukee Film | Minority Health Film Festival 2020, September 10-24

A first-of-its-kind event, Milwaukee Film’s Minority Health Film Festival (MHFF) uses film to spark conversation and create critical dialogue around well-being. By connecting film with personal health experiences, the MHFF confronts stigmas and removes barriers limiting wellness discussions—ultimately helping our community address health disparities in minority communities.

For a full list of MHFF 2020 events, please click HERE

Festival 2020 Opening Day
Minority Health Perspectives featuring Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones

The 2020 MHFF begins on Thursday, September 10 with a morning keynote address by renowned physician and epidemiologist Dr. Camara Jones. Designed especially for corporate and community leaders, Dr. Jones’ presentation will focus on the impacts of racism on the health and well-being of people of color and our nation more broadly.

 Click here to register for the webinar with Dr. Camara Phyllis

Festival 2020 Opening Night
Drive-In Theater & Resource Fair

In a time of social distancing, drive-in movie theaters are popping up in parking lots across the country. As a part of our opening day events, MHFF will create its own pop-up cinema, offering community members safe outdoor entertainment and providing important information on health-related resources. Each car that enters the drive-in resource fair will receive a festival bag filled with relevant COVID-19 and other health-related materials, courtesy of local community organizations, and festival sponsors.

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