The Blackhouse Foundation is a six-year-old organization that works to “expand opportunities for Black filmmakers by providing a physical gathering venue for our constituents at the world’s most prominent film festivals, encouraging the inclusion of black filmmakers with films selected by the festival and creating a nucleus for continuing support, community, education and knowledge.”
At the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival kicking off this week, Blackhouse will present a full weekend of programming including panels, networking, sponsored screenings, and a brunch in celebration of black documentary film.
Event highlights include Saturday’s agent panel featuring representatives of WME, CAA, ICM and Generate, moderated by Franklin Leonard (The Blacklist, Overbrook Entertainment); sponsored screenings of LUV and The Iran Job; and in-depth discussions and panels featuring producer Datari Turner, director Ava DuVernay, Sundance senior programmer Shari Frilot, cinematographer Bradford Young, and others.
Find the full slate of events below. To register to attend, click HERE.
And stay tuned for an interview with Blackhouse Chair Brickson Diamond, to be posted this week.