Black Film Space is partnering with the Luminal Theater for their Autumn Screening Series on:
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH from 7:30pm-10:00pm
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH from 7:30pm-10:00pm
We are showcasing the latest independent film projects from members of Black Film Space for other filmmakers and our community of supporters! 6-8 filmmakers will screen their films followed by a brief Q&A session.
NOV. 16th LINEUP
Filmmakers: Princess Bey and Devon Smith
Taya, a successful young woman with a history of failed relationships, finally finds "Mr. Right", and they prepare to build a life together. When she finds out a terrible secret about her lover, she's forced to make a choice which tests her morals, integrity, and most importantly, her heart.
Filmmaker: Jessica Ransom
Three zany, late twenty-something women from various backgrounds and ethnicities trying to navigate careers, while exploring sexualities, finding love, and themselves in New York City.
ANGRY, BLACK BITCH
Filmmaker: April Carroll
Take a glimpse into five different interpretations of anger within black women. This film deconstructs the documentary style by combining with spoken word, striking visuals, and undeniable stories from black women.
Filmmaker: Kim Akia
Three extraneous women devise a plan to get rid of their neighbor after she confronts them about the whereabouts of her sister.
THURMAN COMES HOME
Filmmaker: Bruce Gorman, Jr.
A homeless man reflects upon his life when he is unexpectedly met by an old mentor.
Filmmaker: Christopher D'andre Williams
When a friend smokes a unique type of Marijuana appetites become unique as well.
SEETHING POLITICAL POETRY
Filmmaker: Oscar Sanders
A Collection of Poetry is a stark brutal assessment of the political landscape in America.
Filmmaker: Trenton Lumpkin
After a traumatic experience orchestrated by her mother to “cure her,” a teen runs away from home and discovers there is nothing wrong with who she wants to love.
DANCE, DANCE, DANCE
Filmmaker: Sharlee Taylor
Alexander Tech-Nique’, an aspiring dancer and social media extraordinaire, hires his sister Marcy, an inexperienced videographer, to document his road to stardom. When Marcy grows tired of playing second fiddle, this dancing duo is forced to confront their own limits, on and off the dance floor.
About BLACK FILM SPACE
Black Film Space is a grassroots organization dedicated to enhancing the skill sets and relationships of black filmmakers. They host monthly events such as screenwriting workshops, networking mixers, panels and much more. Follow Black Film Space on Facebook and Instagram@blackfilmspace or visit blackfilmspace.com to learn more!