The Classic Black Cinema Series kicks-off their new quarterly film series “Black Cinema Forward” with the works of filmmaker Nijla Mu’min. The first screening for the Black Cinema Forward Series will be on Sunday, March 20th at C3 Lab in Southend with a dynamic afternoon of independent film, discussion, live music and refrshments. The program will begin a 4pm with a meet and greet reception with the filmmaker; lite bites, wine and refreshments will be served along with live music. Immediately following the meet and greet at 5pm we will screen 3 short films from Mu’min, Deluge, Dream and Two Bodies with an audience Q&A session to follow which will be moderated by Felix Curtis. Mu’min, (29), films have screened at the Pan African Film Festival, Outfest, UrbanWorld, Frameline, Newfest, BAMcinematek in Brooklyn, Blackstar Film Festival in Philadelphia. In March 2014 she was one of 10 writers selected for the Second Annual Sundance Institute’s Screenwriters Intensive.
Information & Amenities
Admission:Admission Details: $20
Age Range:All Ages
Payment Methods:American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Type:African-American, Film & Video, Lecture, Seminar & Workshop