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Missed last week’s UStream with Director Nailah Jefferson of VANISHING PEARLS? No problem. Watch this recap video of Nailah discussing indie filmmaking, the effects of the 2010 BP oil spill on the small town of Pointe à la Hache, and hear how her documentary became AFFRM’s 7th acquisition. Then, head over to www.affrm.com to find upcoming VANISHING PEARLS screening dates in a city near you!

— 12 hours ago with 4 notes
#vanishing pearls  #Nailah Jefferson  #AFFRM  #documentary  #bp oil spill  #ustream  #video  #Environment  #Black Filmmakers 
We love pictures. Still ones. Moving ones. The ones in our mind. Bring your pictures to life and enter to win a ticket to see AFFRM’s acclaimed new documentary VANISHING PEARLS when it hits your city! Our new photo challenge begins Sunday!

We love pictures. Still ones. Moving ones. The ones in our mind. Bring your pictures to life and enter to win a ticket to see AFFRM’s acclaimed new documentary VANISHING PEARLS when it hits your city! Our new photo challenge begins Sunday!

— 3 weeks ago with 6 notes
#pearlpix  #vanishing pearls  #AFFRM  #Black Filmmakers  #black film  #bp oil spill  #environment  #slamdance 
Welcoming director/producer Nailah Jefferson to our AFFRM family with her searing documentary chronicling the cultural and economic devastation caused by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. In theaters April 2014 via Array Releasing. In NY + LA theaters on April 18. Full venue + date listings at AFFRM.com

Welcoming director/producer Nailah Jefferson to our AFFRM family with her searing documentary chronicling the cultural and economic devastation caused by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. In theaters April 2014 via Array Releasing. In NY + LA theaters on April 18. Full venue + date listings at AFFRM.com

— 1 month ago with 10 notes
#@AFFRM  #film poster  #film release  #independent film  #Black Filmmakers  #black cinema  #nailah jefferson  #vanishing pearls  #bp oil spill  #in theaters  #documentary 
The black filmmakers behind “Daughters of the Dust,” “Love and Basketball,” “Fruitvale Station,” “Middle of Nowhere” and many more come together to celebrate black cinema and rally @AFFRM rebels! It’s happening on Twitter exclusively at @AFFRM Friday, December 20. Come participate in the Q&As and take action with us! Details at www.affrm.com.

The black filmmakers behind “Daughters of the Dust,” “Love and Basketball,” “Fruitvale Station,” “Middle of Nowhere” and many more come together to celebrate black cinema and rally @AFFRM rebels! It’s happening on Twitter exclusively at @AFFRM Friday, December 20. Come participate in the Q&As and take action with us! Details at www.affrm.com.

— 4 months ago with 17 notes
#AFFRM  #@AFFRM  #tweetathon  #Tweetchat  #Black Filmmakers  #black cinema  #Fruitvale station  #love & basketball  #newlyweeds  #middle of nowhere  #yelling to the sky  #daughters of the dust 
A renaissance of black cinema? →
— 6 months ago with 24 notes
#black cinema  #neil drumming  #big words  #Ryan Coogler  #Black Filmmakers  #indie films 
Sundance Institute Board of Trustees Adds Four New Members - Ava DuVernay Is One Of Them →
— 6 months ago with 1 note
#Ava Duvernay  #Film Director  #Sundance Film Festival  #Black Filmmakers  #indie filmmaker 

"The Call-In" is an exclusive series of phone conversations with Black filmmakers about their craft powered by @AFFRM. In this week’s inaugural interview, @AFFRM Founder Ava DuVernay speaks with director Andrew Dosunmu. The conversation spans from his recent announcement as new director of the upcoming FELA KUTI biopic, to his debut feature RESTLESS CITY which was released by @AFFRM, to his construction of the nation’s current #1 specialty box office hit MOTHER OF GEORGE.

— 7 months ago with 20 notes
#Andrew Dosunmu  #ava duvernay  #Mother of George  #film talk  #filmmakers  #Black Filmmakers 

Amazing time showing BIG WORDS to the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute in Seattle, Washington.

— 8 months ago
#seattle  #Big Words  #Neil Drumming  #indie film  #black cinema  #movie premiere  #Hip Hop  #Black Filmmakers