The Black and Latino Filmmaker's Coalition(BLFC) was formed with the purpose of promoting growth and progress of Black and Latino independent filmmakers by providing a central information source about the independent film industry and its issues, grants for under served Black and Latino Filmmakers, establishing best practices guidelines, lobbying local, state and federal government, and promoting the image of the industry through licensing, membership standards, public service advertising and film festivals.
Film Assist Grant Program
BLFC members can apply for this grant for assistance in the completion of their film or video related projects. Eligible projects include Features, Shorts, Documentaries, TV pilots, Music Videos, Commercial etc...
Brooklyn Indie House
BLFC's Indepedent Film Theater creates show the best indie films in a classic theater environment. Selected films are given six screening days. This unique business model allows for filmmakers to share directly in box office sales.
Making Films is more than just pointing and shooting. It is the combination of storytelling and technology. Our instructors are committed to delivering these concepts to students for K-12, Collegiate and Post Collegiate classrooms and workshops.
|Founder and CEO||Babatunde Odesanya||founder[at]blackandlatinofilm.com|
|Director of Workshops and Seminars||Craig Cheng||workshops[at]blackandlatinofilm.com|