Please join the Black Film Center/Archive in celebrating Women’s History Month.

*Sisters In Cinema* (2003, 62 min, dir: Yvonne Welbon)
Friday, March 11, 2011 – 2:00 pm
Yvonne Welbon’s groundbreaking documentary creates a strong visual history of the contributions of African-American women to the film industry. Sisters in Cinema traces the careers of inspiring African American women filmmakers from the 20th century.

*Sisters of the Screen: African Women in Cinema* (2002, 61 minutes, dir: Beti Ellerson)
March 25, 2011 – 2:00 pm
Exploring the extraordinary contributions of women filmmakers from Africa and the diaspora, Beti Ellerson’s engaging debut features interviews with acclaimed women directors. With power and nuance, Ellerson also confronts the thorny question of cultural authenticity.

*An Evening with Cauleen Smith*
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 – 7:00 pm
Following a critically-acclaimed solo show at The Kitchen in New York City, award-winning filmmaker Cauleen Smith will present a selection of her recent film and video work.  The screening will be followed by a conversation with Dr. LaMonda Horton-Stallings (African American & African Diaspora Studies & Gender Studies).

**This event is sponsored by an IU New Perspectives Grant and is presented by the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies.**

All the above events will take place at the Black Film Center/Archive, located in the sub-level of Wells Library, Room 044, adjacent to the Media Reserves Desk.

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One thought on “BFC/A Friday Screenings Celebrate Women’s History Month!

  1. Keep telling that history:

    Read the novel, Rescue at Pine Ridge, where Buffalo Bill Cody meets a Buffalo Soldier, the greatest fictionalized ‘historical novel’ ever written. A great story of Black Military History, the first generation of Buffalo Soldiers…5 stars Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. The website is; Youtube commercials are: and

    Rescue at Pine Ridge is the story of the rescue of the famed 7th Cavalry by the 9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers. The 7th Cavalry was entrapped again after the Little Big Horn Massacre, fourteen years later, the day after the Wounded Knee Massacre. If it wasn’t for the 9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers, there would of occurred, a second massacre of the 7th Cavalry. This story is about, brutality, compassion, reprisal, bravery, heroism and gallantry.

    I know you’ll enjoy the novel. I wrote the story that embodied the Native Americans, Outlaws and African-American/Black Soldiers, from the south to the north, in the days of the Native American Wars with the approaching United States of America.

    The novel was taken from my mini-series movie of the same title, “RaPR” to keep my story alive. The movie so far has attached, Bill Duke directing, Hill Harper, Glynn Turman, James Whitmore Jr. and a host of other major actors in which we are in talks with.

    When you get a chance, also please visit our Alpha Wolf Production website at; and see our other productions, like Stagecoach Mary, the first Black Woman to deliver mail for the United States Postal System in Montana, in the 1890’s, “spread the word”.


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