208 w 13th st.
New York City, New York

Tickets are $6.00 online and $8.00 at the door.

This year the special Women's Month screening will headline Award-Winning documentary and Activist, Cyrille Phipps with some of her groundbreaking works. The screening includes works from international filmmakers: Lovinsa Kavuma's South African documentary short, Rape for Who I Am-winner of Best New Short at the Philadelphia International LGBT Film Festival and acclaimed as an official selection at Sundance and NewFest Film Festivals. QBC Film Series is also honored to premiere Legacy by Award-winning Trinidadian-British filmmaker, Inge Blackman.

Cyrille Phipps, a media educator and veteran video documentarian for almost fifteen years will be in attendance to take part in the QBC ReelTALK.

Phipps will screen: Respect is Due. The film depicts how Black youth examine the ways women of African descent are frequently portrayed in rap lyrics and music videos.

Black Women: Sexual Politics & the Revolution will also be featured at the showcase.

The series will announce news of QBC Lesbian Throwbacks™, its first hands-on workshop that teaches basic video production and discusses specific topics using lesbian films relating to the Black lesbian/bisexual community.

Official Website: http://www.queerblackcinema.org

Added by Fumio on March 13, 2007

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