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DIY filmmaking, marketing and distribution with filmmaker, Ava DuVernay

The good part about still being unemployed is being able to attend networking lunches without worrying about being out of the office too long. Last week Reelblack, in conjunction with PIFVA and Scribe Video Center invited industry PR maven, turned indie filmmaker, Ava DuVernay to discuss "Do It Yourself" promotion, film distribution, her new feature length film I Will Follow and a new initiative aimed at giving black films a wide release in commercial theaters, called AFFRM (African-A...

6th International Filmmor Women’s Film Festival on Wheel

The theme of this year’s festival which is going to be happen on the 14th March – 22nd of March, 2008 is “Women’s History: Obedience, Rebellion, Feminism”. Films from women’s history, which is also the history of rebellion, dreaming another world as well as obedience, stories of women’s existence and resistance, women’s dreams… 46 films from 13 countries is with you in the 6th International Filmmor Women’s Film Festival…This year’s Filmmor International Women’s which wi...

Her Voice Her View Film Festival

Her Voice Her View Film Festival(July 15-29, 2006), a part of the Pioneer Theater’s Female Film celebration makes us happy to say, "It’s that time of the month!"Featuring over 40 films by and about women, Her Voice Her View includes a variety of styles and subjects. "The Shape of Water" reveals an intimate encounter with five very different women in Brazil, India, Jerusalem and Senegal, narrated by Susan Sarandon. Black women and men unveil the reality of sexual violence and healing in Afric...