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Unified to Create

Welcome to the Charlotte Black Film Collective. This group was created as a network for creatives of color to encourage those in Acting, Film, Music, Writing and Technology; to engage in film screenings, host seminars, training sessions, invite Industry speakers and provide networking opportunities and film collaboration.

Industry Leaders

Panel Discussions

Empowerment Speakers - Film Production Process - PitchME - Industry Networking - Script Writing - Film Screenings

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TESTIMONIES

Become a Member

Thanks for your interest in joining the Charlotte & Carolina Black Film Collective Group Our goal is to create an environment for networking, employment, and contract opportunities for minorities in the film industry; and to share resources among our community. If your project requires Actors, Videographers, Directors and/or crew, you'll find a healthy network of people to connect with and choose from. As a new member, be sure to complete your profile asap, as you never know who's looking to connect with your talent or expertise. We meet on the 1st Thursday of every month at Queens Coffee Bar. 1720 Pegram St, Charlotte, NC 28205. Our monthly meeting is $10.00 or $25.00 per year. Once again, thanks for joining. I look forward to connecting with you at the next Meetup. - Tommy Nichols
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EVENTS

Meetup April 2, 2020 6pm

"Manifesting Your Creativity"

Speaker - C. Nathaniel Brown

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C. Nathaniel Brown

C. Nathaniel Brown is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, publisher, speaker, and writing coach. He has written, directed and produced more than two dozen films including short films and feature films. His scripts have been selected to dozens of film festivals and have won Best Screenplay for Tyin’ Up Loose Ends, Signs, and Six Months to Freedom. His first feature film, Chi Nu Legacy, won Best Feature Film at the Peachtree Village International Film Festival and screened all over the world including Canada, India and Africa. 

Meetup May 7, 2020 6pm

Film Distribution with Mark Harris

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Mark Harris

Mark is a self-taught filmmaker. His movies have come out to major distributor and he's self-distributed many of his earlier films and sold hundred of thousands copies in US and overseas. Mark was born and raised in the Englewood community of Chicago. The same community Bermic Mac, Jennifer Hudson, Lorraine Hansberry, Janet Hubert and Derek Rose are from. Mark is the Founder of 1555Filmworks a film production company that produces feature films and he's the Founder of the Englewood International Film Festival. Englewood is known as one of the most dangerous places to live in the United States. The crime rate, although reported most frequently, can not overshadow the hope for the future of this Chicago area.The goal of The Englewood International Film Festival is to change the imaging and condition of the people in Englewood.