Bigscreen honors Black Historical past Month with these free Black Cinema movies on the Oculus Quest 2
Bigscreen is celebrating Black History Month by introducing a new category of Black Cinema, a collection of films now available to users “to commemorate the accomplishments of African Americans in every area of our history.” The films are now available on request through PlutoTV and include the following:
- The night catches us
- The long way home
- The Pruitt Igoe Myth
- St. Louis Superman
- Kind regards Brenda
- For Ahkeem
- Muhammad Ali life of a legend
- Home page
- I am not your negro
- Southside with you
- Jackie Brown
- Broken ceiling
In addition, Bigscreen will host live demonstrations of Selma in February. This critically acclaimed film by Ava DuVernay shows Martin Luther King Jr.-led march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama to fight for the rights of black Americans. In addition to renting tickets on demand, tickets can also be purchased from Bigscreen for $ 3.99 in the US and $ 4.99 in Canada. The next available screening of Selma is scheduled for February 6th.
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For those of you who didn’t know, Bigscreen is a virtual experience where friends can watch movies together in a shared virtual space like a drive-in theater. It’s available on many of the best VR headsets like the Oculus Quest 2. We even have a cool guide on how to socialize with your friends on Bigscreen VR.
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