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PARK CITY, Utah — Celebrities, filmmakers and aspiring moviemakers converged on this picturesque city in the mountains above Salt Lake City for the 30th anniversary of the founding of arguably the world’s most prestigious film festival, Sundance Film Festival.

Within the smorgasbord of films, screenings, parties and A-list celebs on Main Street, The Black House operated as the unofficial headquarters for African American thespians, producers, directors and others convened for informative panel discussions, workshops, networking and fellowship.

Take a look at the photographic highlights from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

The cast of "Dear White People" include Tyler James Williams (right) of "Everybody Hates Chris" fame, and Tessa Thompson (left) from "For Colored Girls."

The cast of the movie Dear White People visit The Black House during the Sundance Film Festival, and include Tyler James Williams (right) of “Everybody Hates Chris” fame, and Tessa Thompson (left) from “For Colored Girls.” Aniesia Williams of Go To Ladies sitting in center.

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The cast of "Dear White People" include Tyler James Williams (right) of "Everybody Hates Chris" fame, and Tessa Thompson (left) from "For Colored Girls."

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Annesia Williams (Go To Ladies)Brickson Diamond, Board Chair of the Blackhouse Foundation

Annesia Williams (Go To Ladies) Brickson Diamond, Board Chair of the Blackhouse Foundation

Annesia Williams (Go To Ladies)Brickson Diamond, Board Chair of the Blackhouse Foundation

Go To Ladies Aniesia Williams and Brickson Diamond, Board Chair of the Blackhouse Foundation
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