Wendell B. Harris, Jr., the writer-director-star of Chameleon Street, the re-released indie classic, on racism and conditioning in America.
Director Elegance Bratton takes a frank look at what the film industry can do in this crucial moment to help eradicate systemic racism.
Jinn director Nijla Mu'min contemplates what “too small” means when it comes to Black filmmaking, and how this moment can shift that thinking.
Deborah Goodwin looks back on her personal experiences as a Black filmmaker and calls for a systemic transformation of the film industry.
Premature’s Rashaad Ernesto Green on why telling a young black love story was a radical act.
Leslie Harris on the unique journey she took to making her debut feature, Just Another Girl on the I.R.T., and beyond.
Nijla Mu'min makes no apologies for her African-American coming-of-age movie Jinn, which plays at BAM this weekend.
Now with his first feature playing in theaters, a director looks back to the start of his journey toward becoming a filmmaker.