Currently seeking companies to showcase the latest technologies as part of a fast-growing festival that celebrates film, music, visual arts, spoken word, and dance.
Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — As part of the launch of the 8th annual Denton Black Film Festival, organizers are hosting the “DBFF TechXpo,” showcasing innovative technologies from leading Black, women-led, and minority-owned companies alongside influential leaders in innovation and technology with a global reach.
The 2 1/2-day exhibits, taking place January 27-29, 2022, are expected to have up to 5,000 attendees for the expo and up to 10,000 attendees for the festival.
“The expo is one of the many ways DBFF is extending its reach,” said Harry Eaddy, one of the festival’s founders and organizer of the tech expo. “We want to offer visitors a hands-on, interactive experience and get a peek into the latest technologies.”
DBFF is looking for a wide variety of companies, including software, film-related technology, gaming, AI, VR, XR, AR, Big Data, data analytics, data visualization, Smart Cities, energy, automotive/autonomous driving vehicles, and visual art to exhibit and participate in panels and speaker sessions.
If you’re excited about the prospect of participating, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You also can contact Brian Diggs at 713-480-0454 or Harry Eaddy at 940-368-6918.
About the Denton Black Film Festival
The Denton Black Film Festival is an annual cultural event, featuring the works of emerging filmmakers, creatives from around the country, and talented college students, musicians, artists, and spoken word poets. Held each January, thousands attend the celebration of storytelling in various art forms, that takes place in venues in Denton, Texas.
Learn more at DentonBFF.com