#LittleBrotherFilm #WADFF We have a big announcement to share on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 1:15pm. First, we’re thrilled to return to the Women of African Descent Film Festival (WADFF) and their annual film festival held at the Spike Lee Screening Room at LIU Brooklyn Campus. This is the 15th anniversary for our sisters in […]
Little Brother is “A Conversation that will Save a Generation.” The Mayo Clinic took this statement to heart and, by invitation of Dr. Joy Balls-Berry, invited two chapters of the Little Brother film series to screen this February. Series executive producer Nicole Franklin will help lead the follow-up discussion at The Downtown Mayo Clinic Campus […]
Little Brother: The Fire Next Time (Chapter 4) will screen at the 13th Annual Women of African Descent Film Festival, hosted by the Brooklyn Chapter of The Links. Saturday, May 3rd Women of African Descent Film Festival Long Island University Spike Lee Screening Room 1 University Plaza Brooklyn NY For additional details, visit the festival website HERE.
We are pleased to return to Washington DC for a screening and discussion with the Association of Black Psychologists’ Student Circle Regional Conference.Filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett will present the Chapters 1 and 3 of Little Brother in a discussion on black male media image and the Mapping Our Pledge Initiative. Saturday, April 5th at 2:00pm Howard University BlackBurn University Center […]
Had an insightful discussion and well-received screening at The Chicago School for Professional Psychology, Downtown Los Angeles campus on Saturday, February 8 moderated by Jarvis Sams and hosted by the school’s Black Student Union members who are also members of the Southern California student circle of ABPsi. A few highlights: * Kicked off the school’s Black […]