2nd Black American Film Festival


Watch directors Gina Prince-Bythwood and Ryan Coogler in conversation about the process and intention they put into the creation of Black stories.

A brief history of the Dahomy woman warriors, that the film is based upon.

A reminder from Octavia Butler, seminal Black science fiction author, reminding us that our belief in possibility need not be limited to what we already know:

The film’s director TT the Artist explains her philosophy for creating her art.

All of the music in the film is original. Click HERE to enjoy the soundtrack!

Explore the legacy of Baltimore Club music via the website of upcoming documentary “More Than Hype”

Cheryl Dunye (director) reflects on her connection to filmmaking and The Watermelon Woman

Watch this video that takes a layered look at the history of Black stereotypes onscreen.

Click here to listen to this recent episode of “It’s Been a Minute” that explores ‘new’ Black horror with genre champions Jordan Peele and Tananarive Due.

A breakdown of “Nope” that examines spectacle as the main villain.

Watch “Horror Noire” a brilliant film about Black representation and creation through the horror genre.