Patreese Johnson, Renata Hill and TJ Hill speak about the feature film "Out in the Night"
Filmmaker Emily Eaglin and actor Lyon Beckwith discuss the film "Sweeter."
2016 - Racial and Ethnic Identity
The feature film at the 2016 film festival was "Little White Lie" by filmmaker Lacey Schwartz.
Members of the Africana Studies 211 class (Black Representation in American Film) pose with reknowned filmmaker Haile Gerima (4th from the right) after the screening of the film "Sankofa." Gerima used the journey of the character Mona to show how the African perception of identity included recognizing one’s roots and "returning to one’s source"
Filmmaker Lacey Schwartz with students after screening.
2015 - Celebrating Greatness
The feature film at the 2015 film festival was the classic "Sankofa" by reknowed filmmaker Haile Gerima.
The 5th Annual
2018- 2019 Africana Studies Independent Film Festival
On the Essex, Catonsville, and Dundalk Campuses of The Community College of Baltimore County
SPRING 2019 DATES: Wednesday, April 24 - Friday, April 26
2017 - Year of the Black Woman
The films during the 2017 film festival focused upon films central to the experiences of Black women globally.
2018 - Year of Protest Art
The films during the 2018 film festival dealt with different forms of protest against social injustice.
Filmmaker Titus Burrell discusses his film short "Black in Blue"
Panelists Joseph Graves, Lawerence Granpre and Mary Rose Madden dissus the film "Profiled"
CCBC students and faculty with former Black Panther Marshall "Eddie" Conway