A&E IndieFilms Speakeasy - Black Frame: New Voices of Documentary
Join us for a conversation with contemporary Black filmmakers on how they are moving the documentary form forward using new approaches, cinematic languages, and theory in their recent work.
In partnership with the Department of African & African American Studies at Duke University, this conversation is a part of Black Frame, a series of discussions, curriculum, and presentations with a focus solely on Black documentary filmmakers and their work.
Mark Anthony Neal, Ph.D., James B. Duke Professor of African & African American Studies
Garrett Bradley, director (TIME)
RaMell Ross, director (HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING)
Darius Clark Monroe, director (EVOLUTION OF A CRIMINAL)