Producer Roger Bobb and actress Nicole Ari Parker serve as honorary Co-chairs for this year’s BronzeLens Film Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.
Now in its second year, the festival strives to bring attention to Atlanta as a center for film and film production for people of color.
In addition to screenings, this year’s event features workshops, panel discussions and master classes including Bill Duke’s 3 Day Boot Camp, Screenwriting with Pilar Alessandra, Career Transitions with Jasmine Guy, and Making and Marketing an Indie Film with Ava DuVernay.
See the list of works being screened after the jump.
Classical Steel, Trinidad and Tobago
The Furious Force of Rhymes, Blauvelt NY
Inside the Digital Moving Image Salon, Atlanta, GA
Sonia Sanchez: Shake Loose Memories, Brooklyn NY
Woke Up Black, Chicago, IL
The Start of Dreams, Atlanta, GA
Mandela, France/South Africa
In the Footsteps of Gandhi, India
Love That Never Leaves, Atlanta, GA
The Three Way, New Rochelle, NY
To Be a King, Jamaica NY
Butterfly Rising, New York, N.Y.
Man Up, Atlanta, GA
Mumbai Connection, Atlanta, GA
Buud Yam, Burkino Faso, Africa
Shanghai Hotel, New York, NY
We the Party, Los Angeles, CA
Speedy Singhs, India
Take Too Long, Valley Village CA, Animation
Grinding Halt, Atlanta, GA
Underground, Tallahassee FL
Men In Love, Brooklyn NY
The Interrogation, Atlanta, GA
Checkmate, Atlanta, GA
The Killing Seed, Atlanta, GA
Letters to a Father, Atlanta, GA
Lesson Before Love, Atlanta GA
Take ‘Em Up, Norwalk, CA
It’s Me, Atlanta, GA
Gone Already, LA/Atlanta
For scheduling and tickets, visit the festival website.