Celebrate the opening of the 4th annual Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest the safe and socially distant way! There will be an emergency preparedness workshop as well as a panel on climate change featuring prominent black femme leaders in the green space and a double feature film screening.
PANEL: How We Advance Climate Justice and Environmental Liberation
Moderated by Naadiya Hutchinson this panel features; Destiny Hodges, Founder and Co-Executive Director of Generation Green; Nneka Nnamdi, Founder of Fight Blight Baltimore; Kristal Hansley founder of We Solar and Shashawnda Campbell the Enviromental Justice Coordinator of South Baltimore Comunity Land Trust.
This panel will interrogate how we can act and reflect upon the world in a manner that centers Black Femme liberation. Through conversations about environmental liberation, community development without displacement, a just economic transition, and a toxic-free, zero-waste, circular economy – panelists will reveal what a world that centers climate justice and environmental liberation looks like.
Dis-placia: Vacants in the Village – Directed & Written by Jewel Guy & Nneka Namdi, is the third part of Fight Blight Bmore’s series to increase awareness about blight in Baltimore. It builds on part I, a transmedia exhibition, and part II a community-based hack-a-thon to create a feature-length documentary film that exposes what blight is, how it came into being, what must be done to address it and how the community is doing its part to solve the problem.
ReImagining Black Futures shorts block includes the following films
Suzannah Mirghani’s Al Sit A compassionate story from Sudan about women—both powerless and powerful—exploring opposing ends of the social chain and how these roles might be changing in a modernizing world.
Geraldine Elizabeth Inoa’s Room 805 After 29-year-old Black playwright and screenwriter Geraldine Elizabeth Inoa writes a play to win her 29-year-old actor ex-boyfriend back, he flies to New York to work things out with her.
Etta East’s 10 years in 40 seconds A coming of age zombie thriller set in Atlanta. Lives are lost, dreams are killed, and new realities are accepted. How will city kids navigate a world they aren’t meant to survive and how do they hold on to their innocence in the process?
Olamma Oparah’s No one heals without dying examines how a culture’s development around a lack of physical autonomy for any citizen can foster shame, silence and repression.
Annalise Lockhart’s Inheritance Jeffrey, Tucker and Norra are a family of three who live in the woods. The family has lived there since 1983 where they run a maple syrup business. When they start seeing people lurking in the woods and perceive them as a threat they are forced to devise a solution to protect their land.
PLEASE WEAR YOUR MASK AND STAY SOCIALLY DISTANT AT THIS EVENT.
DON’T FORGET TO WATCH THE REST OF THE FESTIVAL ONLINE SEPT 5TH – 11TH
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