Nov 13 → Jan 9
Discover a new series of short films made by Montreal's emerging Black artists
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2M3
6 pm - 6:30 pm: Screening of the films
6:30 pm - 6:45 pm: Poetry performance by Roen Higgins
6:45 pm - 7:30 pm: Q+A with the artists moderated by Ash Phillips
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm: “Crossroads,” a town hall with Black on Black Films moderated by Feven Ghebremariam and Mylène Augustin
All visitors will be required to present their valid vaccination passport + 1 piece of ID upon arrival in the building. The vaccination passport is required to enjoy the facilities.
More information here.
The PHI Centre will be hosting an evening to celebrate the laureates for the realization of their films and invite their community to view the final films.
The celebration will take place in the form of a “finissage” event, where the teams will have the opportunity to talk about their vertical films and invite the public in on the conversation. The second part of the evening will be a “town hall” facilitated by Black on Black Films, featuring the In Flux laureates. The conversation will touch on themes such as inclusion, integrity, relevance, and the future of their community-based organization as they continue to serve emerging content creators.
In 2016, Black on Black Films was created as a safe space to encourage and foster Black creativity. From their collective, organic collaborations, powerful film projects and resourceful training initiatives were born. Five years later, they found themselves at a crossroads between pursuing their artistic endeavors and ensuring the organization serves its purpose for newer generations. They are reflecting on three points that are the heart of their transition: Inclusion, integrity and relevance.
Their mission is to represent black creators and artisans in the media arts industry with regards to institutions, the industry and the public. To professionalise Afro-descendant creators by providing them with essential tools and means that will allow them to be involved in all stages of the conception, production and distribution of cultural content (cinema, television, new media).
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