DVD Contest: Bill Duke’s Dark Girls

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DVD Contest: Bill Duke’s Dark Girls

Out on DVD today is the captivating documentary DARK GIRLS, directed by Bill Duke and D. Channsin Berry.

Released by One Village Entertainment, an entity of RLJ Entertainment, and featured on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, the powerful documentary earned the networks highest rated documentary to date with one million viewers tuning in and joining the conversation online.

Has anything really changed since the days of American slavery when dark-skinned Blacks were made to suffer even greater indignities than their lighter skinned counterparts? Ask today’s dark Black woman.

Dual documentary Directors/Producers D. Channsin Berry (Urban Winter Entertainment) and Bill Duke (Duke Media) took their cameras into everyday America in search of pointed, unfiltered and penetrating interviews with Black women of the darkest hues for their emotional expose’, “Dark Girls”.

It explores the roots of classism, racism and the lack of self-esteem within a segment of cultures that span from America to the most remote corners of the globe. Women share their personal stories, touching on deeply ingrained beliefs and attitudes of society, while allowing generations to heal as they learn to love themselves for who they are.

All you have to do is enter your information below starting September 24 thru September 30th. We’ll draw names randomly on October 1. 5 Winners will be notified by E-mail. Each will receive a DVD copy. Only one entry per e-mail address will be accepted, and multiple entrants may be disqualified. Employees, agents, consultants and other advisors of blackfilm.com, Inc. are not eligible to participate in this contest. No one under 13 is eligible. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. GOOD LUCK!!

To enter, please email your Name, Address & Email Address to darkgirlsdvd@blackfilm.com and write in “Dark Girls DVD” in the subject line. All entrants MUST be residents of the United States. blackfilm.com respects the privacy of its readers. No information submitted in this contest will be given, copied, transferred, or sold to any third parties

blackfilm.com respects the privacy of its readers. No information submitted in this contest will be given, copied, transferred, or sold to any third parties


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