blackfilm.com’s mission is to promote and support diversity in filmmaking. blackfilm.com is an online resource which links the Black film community while cultivating national and international audiences interested in their work. The site provides a forum for filmmakers, scholars and organizations to present information and promote artistic expression.
In addition to its online presence, blackfilm.com publishes a newletter filled with filmmaker resources, and presents a national film screening series that showcased the works of independent filmmakers of color. Since its inception in 1997, the series has brought groundbreaking films to audiences that might not have otherwise been available. The The film series screens at the Lincoln Center in NY, the Writer’s Guild of America in LA, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Rialto Center in Atlanta, the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation in D.C. and the African-American Museum in Detroit.
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