The Black Filmmakers’ Film Festival (BFFF) consists of black filmmakers who have worked in numerous productions within film and media, both locally and internationally. They hold an annual film festival, workshops, and monthly screenings. This month, they will feature black enuf*, making our South Africa debut!!!
We're screening in the Spotlight Series on Saturday, June 2nd at 1pm
The Peoples Film Festival (TPFF) is a 4-Day annual film festival designed to showcase the best in independent films from around the world.The festival features screenings from emerging producers, videographers, and filmmakers from all over the world, reflecting both traditional and avant-garde style films, with an emphasis on films that integrate multiple digital platforms using today’s new media & technology.
QWOCMAP Opening Night Screening: Fierce & Feral
Doors at 6:30 PM, Screening at 7:30 PM
From the ionized moments in between cancer treatments for a Black femme to the sensitive rumbles of a queer Vietnamese woman seeing her mother after a long time, these films remind us that wild is the wind and heart.
I'm honored to have my film screened at the 14th Annual National Black Writers Conference a major program hosted by the Center for Black Literature. This year's theme is Gathering at the Waters: Healing, Legacy, and Activism in Black Literature. The conference will be held from Thursday, March 22, to Sunday, March 25, 2018. Reel Sisters presents a film screening as part of the programming.
You can register for a one day pass or the entire conference.
black enuf* will be screening at the 56th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival in the Films in Competition 3 block. The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the oldest avant-garde and experimental film festival in North America. Founded by George Manupelli in 1963, AAFF started as a critical, alternative venue for filmmakers and artists to share their work publicly.
We're back with another evening of amazing LGBT+ documentaries and spoken word.
Following the screening, there will be a panel with the filmmakers of 'Still Burning', 'Funny Girl', and 'Harding and His Camera'
Queerly Beloved is proud to be a safe space for generating discussion about gender, sexuality, and marginalization and we welcome audience engagement in discussion, with no tolerance for hate speech.
The NYC Feminist Film Week at Anthology Film Archives is an annual non-profit film series committed to increasing the visibility of women, trans and gender non-conforming filmmakers, visual artists and media practitioners. Our program aims to foster critical dialogue among moving image practitioners and the general public, using intersectional queer/trans/feminist approaches to interrogate cultural constructions of gender, sexuality, race, class, age and dis/ability. Check out work by Cheryl Dunye alongside new filmmakers.
Curated by Joy C. Schaefer and Sofia Varino
"Living While Black" section at 5pm will show The Talk, Intercept, Drive Slow, Conversation with Change, and black enuf* Happy to see a few animations in the festival. Gary’s hometown cultural event that supports community building by bringing audiences and artists together through film.
Get tickets at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3103754
Hot Cabinet curated an amazing set of films that address the working dynamics of the Set on Freedom exhibition such as displacement, dispossession, home, and strength. During the curatorial process, Tiffany Joy focused on centering work from Queens-based video/filmmakers and artists of color who were raised in Queens neighborhoods, and whose work is influenced by this idea of home.
black enuf* will be screened at the 4th annual Mixed/Remixed Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA. The Mixed Remixed Festival is the nation's premiere cultural arts festival celebrating stories of mixed-race and multiracial families and individuals through films, books and performance.
Living in the Material World
How do we come to know our own bodies? How do we get other people to deal with us on our terms? These films look at ourselves and others and try to figure out who we are, what we mean, what we mean to others and what others mean to us. Curated by the Festival Programming Committee.
Come get a taste for the film at MIX 29 in Brooklyn. We're screening just under one minute, of the film, but it's full of punches!