by Lauren Legette How many times have you tuned in to a Docu-film about the life of an extraordinary individual, only to be disappointed by poor acting, low budget corner cutting, or the room full of loud and distracting moviegoers who have ruined the entire experience for you? Stopped counting? Yes, me too. However, Thursday, […]Read more "Event Recap: Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Film Screening"
By Sophia Brewer How do you launch a webseries? Well, it’s all about the audience, and in a packed stadium-style theater at MIST Harlem sat close to 200 people ready to take part in Black, Brown and Digital. In the first collaborative effort between Creatively Speaking Film Series and Project Blaq, BBdigital served as the […]Read more "Event Recap: High turnout for Black Brown and Digital"
By: Sophia Brewer After coming across a large portion of African American and Latino filmmakers with high quality films, but with nowhere to exhibit them, original founding partners Kathryn Bowser and Michelle Materre decided to craft Creatively Speaking. Since 1996, Creatively Speaking has maintained a reputation as the leading curated film series that brings together […]Read more "Introducing Creatively Speaking: A Curated Film Series"