Maya Angelou: And I Always Get Up for the Screening on February 11 and Director Rita Coburn will be hosting a workshop on February 13 as part of the No Malice Film Contest | Festivals and awards

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We also have three more virtual events planned in the coming weeks …

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2021

STEVE JAMES PRESENTS “PEOPLE IN MY MOVIES: PORTRAYAL AND RELATIONSHIPS”

Steve James’ previous work includes Oscar nominated films “Hoop Dreams” and “Abacus: Small Enough to Jail”. Other award-winning works include “Life Itself”, “Stevie”, “The Interrupters” and “No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson”.

His Starz documentary series, “America to Me,” was one of the most acclaimed television shows of 2018. His most recent documentary series, “City So Real”, have received rave reviews on National Geographic and Hulu, and have been nominated for an Independent Spirit Award by Film Independent.

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27, 2021

PAMELA SHERROD ANDERSON PRESENTS “SEEDS FOR HISTORY”

Pamela Sherrod Anderson, Founder of Graceworks Theater and Film Productions LLC, is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, playwright, educator and journalist. She is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kartemquin Films, which celebrates its 55th anniversary in 2021 and remains even more committed to social justice and democracy through documentary. His films have been screened at national and international film festivals and are available on streaming services.

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SATURDAY MARCH 6, 2021

T. SHAWN TAYLOR PRESENTS “TRUST YOUR INTEREST: THE STORIES YOU WERE BORN TO GIVE”

A self-proclaimed nerd who wrote short stories and poems in high school and tasked the kids on the playground a quarter each read them, in 2006 Shawn tapped into that entrepreneurial spirit to found Treetop Consulting, a company communication, after a successful career. in newspapers covering the Midwest. Still a journalist at heart, Shawn used his interview and research prowess to examine the social, emotional and economic impact of premature deaths of black men on families and communities in the ongoing documentary “Gone Too Soon : America’s Missing Black Men ”. In October 2019, she graduated from Kartemquin Films’ Diverse Voices in Docs program for aspiring filmmakers.

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