The power of Black storytellers can be felt across all our platforms. February marks the one-year anniversary of the Black Experience on Xfinity, and we’re celebrating with the largest curated independent Black film collection on demand.
Curated by industry leaders, the Black Experience on Xfinity features high-quality content from many of Xfinity’s existing network partners, while investing millions of dollars in showcasing emerging talent from the top Black film festivals with films like Zahra and the Oil Man, Paris Blues in Harlem, Riverment, Twenty Pearls, and Civic Mind. The channel is the only one of its kind endorsed by the African American Film Critics Association, the world's largest group of Black film critics that gives annual awards for excellence in film and television.
- Independent Black Filmmakers: This Black History Month, Xfinity continues to celebrate the Black community’s remarkable contributions to American culture with a new special collection featuring a retrospective that highlights the cinematic achievements of independent Black films and filmmakers with titles like Fruitvale Station and Eve’s Bayou.
- Black History Collection: For history enthusiasts, the Black History 24/7 collection showcases historical stories and stories about history-in-the-making, featuring movies, specials, documentaries, TV shows, and more.
- Free Network Content: Throughout the month, there will also be free sample content available to customers from TV network providers like Afro, The Africa Channel, BET, BET Her, Black & Sexy, REVOLT, OWN, Aspire TV, The Impact Network, TV One, Cleo TV, KweliTV, and UP Faith & Family.
Available at home on Xfinity X1 and Flex, and on-the-go with the Xfinity Stream app, the Black Experience on Xfinity is a one-stop destination for Black storytelling. It can also be accessed by saying “Black Experience” into the Xfinity Voice Remote.