Stories and storytelling is one of the strongest ways to share diverse narratives within our communities and beyond. Next week, the National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) will kick-off its annual appeal to create a fund to support black stories and black filmmakers.
As you sit down to munch on some turkey, and consume way too much fixin’ we’ve put together a short list of five interesting food-related Black cinema moments. Feel free to tell us your own moments that didn’t make the list!
As the deadline approaches (January 9th, 2015) we know all our producers are working hard to put their best foot forward, so we thought we’d put together this brief list to help you as you prepare – these are the 7 Ways Your #NBPC360 Application Could Fall Flat.
X-Key takes place in a future world that can be cold and brutal, but also contains beauty. It is a world bursting with very stark contradictions that we get to readily embrace and explore.
I think the takeaway from this film is to not let anyone stop you from doing the thing you were born to do. We follow this incredible artist through the trials and tribulations she encountered just to get her music out in front of audiences and have it be recognized.
NEW YORK (October 1, 2014) — “National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), a nonprofit based in Harlem that has been presenting stories about the Black experience on the public airwaves since 1979, is launching NBPC 360, a new funding initiative designed to identify innovative storytellers and to generate quality serial, digital and multiplatform content for public… Read more »
“The attention to detail they employed for their disguise is bold and mesmerizing. She wrapped her hands and face in bandages and took on the specific physically of an invalid white man suffering from rheumatism.”
“…a simple life can contribute just as much to humanity as an extravagant one, all you need is respect for what you do and to do what you love.”
The movie “Get on Up” is not even close to the life of James Brown. The book is based on my life with my dad and the people that were in his inner circle that were with him on a daily basis, the movie did not consult with any of his inner circle that are in the book.