Uptown Saturday Night | 13th
The latest film in the popular Uptown Saturday Night series, 13th, was screened over the weekend and was highlighted by a rousing post-film discussion around the issues of justice and mass incarceration of African-American men.
Uptown Saturday Night | Black Girl
The film that has been described as “the symbolic genesis of sub-Saharan African filmmaking,” Ousmane Sembène’s Black Girl will be our featured film this month for our Uptown Saturday Night Movie Series.
Uptown Saturday Night | Jean of the Joneses
Writer-director Stella Meghie makes a fine debut with this portrait of a squabbling Jamaican-American family, in Jean of the Joneses.
The Foundation Adds 24 New Members
The Foundation for the Augmentation of African-Americans in Film (FAAAF)’s Black Reel Awards continued its push for excellence by welcoming 24 new members to their voting academy who will select the nominees and winners of the organization’s prestigious annual awards.
Reel Kids Comic Book Camp Kicks off July 25th!
With of a proliferation of superheroes littering the big and small screen, the Foundation for the Augmentation of African-Americans in Film’s Reel Kids program is launching their 2nd Annual Reel Kids Summer Movie Camp that will teach camp participants to dream and create their own superheroes.