Saturday, October 6, 2012

BDC Catalog & Directory; BDC at Harlem Stage, at Reel Sisters Film Festival!


BDC Catalog & Directory is accepting submissions 

 The BDC Catalog & Directory is a searchable database of BDC members' work and contact information available to production companies, networks, press, distributors, educators and distributors interested in purchasing, screening, distributing member films and hiring our members.   

This BDC-exclusive resource is an invaluable opportunity to reach audiences, increase visibility, promotional opportunities, as well as get work and generate revenue. 

We have already received requests from CBS, The Documentary Channel, ASPiRE, Magic Johnson's new cable network, to name a few.  But they can't reach you and we can't refer you if you're not in it, so please submit your information now! 

Please send an email for further instructions to: ONLY!   
(Please do NOT send emails to Sabrina or Nicole's personal emails.  Thanks!)

You MUST be a current BDC Member to be included. 
Click below to join the BDC or renew your membership.

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BDC at Harlem Stage

A Shadow From the Lyncing Tree
by Carvin Eison

A Shadow from the Lynching Tree
is an arresting film that revisits a bleak and violent chapter in American history during which record numbers of African-Americans were terrorized and lynched in the name of white racial supremacy.

I am Sean Bell

by Stacey Muhammad
(short film)


Young boys reflect on the Sean Bell tragedy, speaking out about their fears and hopes as they approach manhood.

Black Folk Don't...go to therapy!

from the webseries by Angela Tucker

A good number of Black people have heard it in some colloquial way. "Black folk don't ..." add your own phrase. Who defines this? That is complicated and complex but worth an attempt at an explanation. In this episode, we look at whether or not Black Folk Don't "go to therapy."


Represents at Reel Sisters of the Diaspora
Film Festival! 

Reel Sisters Honors

Michelle Materre  
Sunday, October 14, 6:10 - 7:30p
Kumble Theatre, LIU Brooklyn Campus

Reel Sisters proudly honors pioneer film distributor/curator/promoter Michelle Materre for
her dedication to providing opportunities for filmmakers of color

Reel Sisters Film Festival

Saturday and Sunday
October 13-14

Kumble Theatre, LIU Brooklyn Campus

daisy bates

Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock

by Sharon LaCruise


Little Brother: A Do Right Man

by Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tigget*
*Become a Little Brother Pledge Keeper at  

Soul Food Junkies
by Byron Hurt 
Reel Sisters "Editing Workshop with Sam Pollard"
Emmy award-winning filmmaker Sam Pollard (Slavery By Another Name) is one of the nation's top film editors (Four Little Girls, Jungle Fever, Mo Better Blues), and he will conduct a film editing workshop offering his expertise and insight on the best editing techniques. 

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