UK Film Study: Audiences Feel Stereotyped, Marginalized

"Its findings suggest most Black African/Caribbean individuals believe they are too often characterised as drug dealers and that a majority of Asian audiences feel Asian religious culture is not reflected authentically. Almost three-quarters of Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual audiences believe that film focuses on them as having problems rather than being everyday people, it continues." BBC 03/27/11 Click … Continue reading UK Film Study: Audiences Feel Stereotyped, Marginalized

Thanks for a great symposium!

The Black Film Center/Archive would like to thank everyone who took part in our week-long symposium From the Postcolonial to the Global Postmodern? African and Caribbean Francophone Filmmakers and Scholars in Conversation.  The event proved to be very engaging and thought-provoking, and we hope those who participated were able to learn something new, contribute to … Continue reading Thanks for a great symposium!