Black Cinema Collective
Black Cinema Collective (BCC) is a Seattle-based group of artists and scholars who examine and celebrate works of African and African diasporic filmmakers through programmed screenings and community discussions. With both a Black Feminist and Black Global lens, we hold space for the complex existence and storytelling inventions of Diasporians. We consider intersectional histories and topical stories by supporting multiple forms of filmmaking from local and global artists, activists, documentarians, and organizers. Through our focused events on Black film and visual productions, we exercise agency and care as custodians and students of a broader spectrum of Afro-Diasporic cultures.
BCC is a recipient of the Simpson Center for the Humanities Graduate Research Grant (2019) and the Redmond Arts City Grant (2021). It is currently a project of i.ma.gine | e.volve™