#LittleBrotherFilm #WADFF We have a big announcement to share on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 1:15pmEST. 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 service, the Brooklyn Links. That’s why when they asked to screen an encore presentation of Chapter 1, Little Brother: Things Fall Apart, we thought this would be a prime opportunity to share with the world the next chapter of our series: The first of our celebrity lineup to direct the next four installments of our groundbreaking film series. Join us May 7 and *see* who he is! See more about the history of this very special film festival by clicking here. See you with our new addition to the family!
Join filmmaker Nicole Franklin, Arizona Heritage Tours and the Little Brothers featured in Little Brother: Manchild in the Promised Land (Chapter 5: Tucson, AZ) Friday, February 29 for the film’s Southwest United States premiere! This FREE film screening and panel is sponsored by TEP and presented by the Tucson Urban League. Special thanks to Debbie Embry of the Tucson Urban League and photographer Leslie J. Yerman.
The Luminal Theater opened as a pop-up space in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn summer 2015. We are thrilled to be a part of their curated screenings for their inaugural season.
Youth Power! LITTLE BROTHER/THE BICYCLE/ the QUESTION screens at Noon on Saturday, August 29, 2015 and again at 5pm (shorts only) at The Luminal Theater, 405 Tompkins Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11221. Please support the Luminal Theater and the Little Brother film series. Exhibitors Clairesa Clay and Curtis John are a vital part of “The conversation that will save a generation.”
We are thrilled to say we’ve reached a milestone as we’re now five chapters in! Little Brother: Manchild in the Promised Land (Chapter 5) was filmed in Tucson, AZ. Our 17-minute film will have its festival premiere Saturday, May 2 at 1:15pmEST at the Women of African Descent Film Festival (WADFF), Brooklyn, NY. Our young men of the Southwest take a look at the how the often untold part of their history is possibly shaping the views of how others see them today. As always our young men open our eyes to their thoughts and feelings which they rarely get to speak about on camera. You may see a clip of this fifth installment on our website here. In the meantime, please share our news and let’s keep going for chapter six!
The Little Brother Film Team will be the first of 22 filmmakers in the #FUBUTV pilot programming schedule to be the focus of a Twitter Chat introducing the content creators on this newly launched channel. Please visit www.FUBU.com and watch the first four chapters of the Little Brother film series as well as the terrific independent films of our fellow filmmakers on the channel. FUBU TV is set to broadcast to 55 million households.
Join us Thursday, 7pmEST on Twitter with the hashtags #FUBUTV#GoodMenChat. You may also find information at any time by clicking on #LittleBrotherFilm on Twitter. And please feel free to ReTweet one of the following phrases leading up to our chat: