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Our Stories From The Beginning

4025 Paddock Rd. Suite 509, Cincinnati, CA 45229

 

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Black Folks Make Movies, a privately owned, 501(c)(3), is committed to the examination of Black film history through images portrayed in film, via education, the promotion of past & current independent filmmakers of color and the preservation of contributions by Black American filmmakers. Through this prism of Black American movie history we examine the emergence and impact of Black Americans, the creative reaction to widespread racism, via film, during the first half of the 20th century, and the vitality of Black entertainment and culture across the country, inclusive of this period and beyond.



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VOLUNTEERS



Volunteers needed for FADE2BLACK Film Festival II. BLACK FOLKS MAKE MOVIES, our F2B Partners & Sponsors, would love your help with the following positions:

Greeters 

Campus Guides 

Ticket sales, 

Will Call, 

Workshops assistance, 

Digital Still photographer, 

Digital Videographer


For Volunteer oportunities, please contact Kendall Glover, Krglover26@gmail.com



PROGRAMS

 


Black Folks Make Movies©️ (BFMM) is committed to the celebration, appreciation, and examination of Black film and Black film history through images portrayed in motion pictures via education, the promotion of past & current independent filmmakers of color and the preservation of contributions by Black and other artists of color.


A variety of Programs accomplish this goal, including:

FADE2BLACK Film Festival (U.C., MEMO, the Esquire)

Black Shadows (CAC)

Master Class I-XI

Dinner & A Movie

The Screening Room (The MINImicrocinema OTR)

Monday Night at the Movies (REVEL Urban Winery, OTR)

SHORT SHORTS Annual Challenge (The Esquire)





F2B17 Film Festival

How We Started

Most Americans are unaware of the major contributions Black Americans have made in film. FADE2BLACK A Retrospective Celebrating Black American Film, 1910 - the Present, affords us this long overdue exploration into this history.

MIDNIGHT RAMBLE

Oscar Micheaux and the Story of Race Movies is a 1994 PBS documentary on the early history of Black American film from 1910 to 1950.

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We are a non-profit arts organization.