To mark the recent restoration of Kathleen Collins's rarely seen feature films, the Black Film Center/Archive is co-sponsoring a special screening of Losing Ground and The Cruz Brothers and Miss Malloy; this is the U.S. theatrical premiere of both restorations. The double header will show tonight, Thursday, March 21 at 7:00 pm at the IU … Continue reading The Lost Films of Kathleen Collins: U.S. Theatrical Premiere at the IU Cinema
Following its premiere at this year's Durban International Film Festival and a screening at San Francisco's 3rd i South Asian Film Festival, Jordache A. Ellapen will present cane/cain at the BFC/A tonight at 7:30. The post-screening discussion will be moderated by LaMonda Horton-Stallings from the Gender Studies department. Join us beforehand at 6:30. Pick up … Continue reading TONIGHT @ the BFC/A: Jordache A. Ellapen’s cane/cain
The Spring 2011 edition of Black Camera has arrived and is an especially important version which the Black Film Center/Archive hopes can reach film scholars as well as professors seeking to incorporate these readings into their curriculum. This issue featured Guest Editor Dr. LaMonda Horton Stallings, Associate Professor of Gender Studies and African American and … Continue reading Black Camera Spring 2011: Beyond Normative: Sexuality and Eroticism in Black Film, Cinema, and Video
Please join the Black Film Center/Archive in celebrating Women's History Month. *FRIDAY AFTERNOONS @ THE BFC/A* *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 … Continue reading BFC/A Friday Screenings Celebrate Women’s History Month!