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Over the past 20 years, the Creatively Speaking Film Series has become known as the leading film series for presenting independently produced media that conveys a realistic, universal portrayal of people of color.

Shorts, documentaries and narrative films tell universal stories that are rarely presented in the mainstream media. Screenings are followed by lively and thoughtful discussions about the art and craft of filmmaking as well as the social issues presented in the films. Creatively Speaking brings together an array of audiences – artists and activists, students, academics and film aficionados. Partner

Shorts, documentaries and narrative films tell universal stories that are rarely presented in the mainstream media. Screenings are followed by lively and thoughtful discussions about the art and craft of filmmaking as well as the social issues presented in the films. Creatively Speaking brings together an array of audiences – artists and activists, students, academics and film aficionados. Partner

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Dear Friends, Family, & Colleagues of Michelle, a recording of Michelle's Memorial Service is now available to view: htt...
06/09/2022

Dear Friends, Family, & Colleagues of Michelle, a recording of Michelle's Memorial Service is now available to view: https://vimeo.com/718854745
For a copy of the Memorial Program, go to www.CreativelySpeakingFilms.com and click on the link to download a copy of the Memorial Program. Love, The Creatively Speaking Team.

Please join us for Michelle's Memorial Service:ONLINE | A Celebration of Life: Remembering Michelle MaterreThursday - Ma...
05/12/2022

Please join us for Michelle's Memorial Service:
ONLINE | A Celebration of Life: Remembering Michelle Materre
Thursday - May 12, 2022 - 6:00 pm

Please click the link below to join the event: https://vimeo.com/event/2083380

A cherished member of our community and beloved Professor of Media Studies and Film and Founder of the Creatively Speaki...
04/23/2022

A cherished member of our community and beloved Professor of Media Studies and Film and Founder of the Creatively Speaking film series, her life and legacy are emblematic of
The New School — focused racial justice action, positive energy in shaping the future, and indefatigable belief in the power of community.
- Mary Watson, Executive Dean of the Schools of Public Engagement, @thenewschool

Join us on Thursday, May 12th 2022, in our virtual celebration of Michelle Materre's life and legacy, hosted by The New School, family, friends, and a community of partners. Visit Michelle's Caring Bridge page (link in bio) for updates on memorial events and links. More details to come soon.

This week, Michelle was moved to hospice care at White Plains Hospital. Family and friends have been at her side around ...
03/13/2022

This week, Michelle was moved to hospice care at White Plains Hospital. Family and friends have been at her side around the clock. On Friday March 11th, after a courageous battle with cancer, Michelle quietly and peacefully passed away.

Michelle Materre has been our guiding light and inspiration; we will miss her dearly. This has been a difficult note to write. We feel your love for Michelle.

Information about Memorial Services will be forthcoming.

We need a raincheck! Due to personal circumstances we have to postpone our upcoming virtual event. All event registrees ...
02/22/2022

We need a raincheck! Due to personal circumstances we have to postpone our upcoming virtual event. All event registrees have been notified and will receive updates once we reschedule. We apologize for the late notice and hope to have updates soon. Stay tuned on our channels.

Here are our live screenings for #BlackLivesMatter, our upcoming series in collaboration with The New School's Institute...
02/21/2022

Here are our live screenings for #BlackLivesMatter, our upcoming series in collaboration with The New School's Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy (IRPPE), in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth. Register now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/263919439147

"Black 14" by Darius Clark Monroe is a story of fourteen black student-athletes from the 1969 University of Wyoming (UW) football team who were unfairly kicked off the team for requesting to participate in a peaceful protest planned by the Black Students' Alliance during an upcoming game versus Brigham Young University.

"A Girl Like Me" follows Kiri Laurelle (the filmmaker), a 17 year old Harlem student, who recreates the famous doll experiment of the 1940's by psychologist Dr. Kenneth Clark.

"Forward Home: The Power of the Caribbean Diaspora" (Shortened - Caribbeantales TV) by Keith Nurse reveals the economic impact of 9 Caribbean countries on the U.S and internationally.
#BlackHistoryMonth #BlackLivesMatter #BHM

Our pre-screening films are now live and available to view for all registered attendees of our upcoming screening #Black...
02/16/2022

Our pre-screening films are now live and available to view for all registered attendees of our upcoming screening #BlackLivesMatter: The U.S. Economy and The Rising Tide of the Black Film Industry, in collaboration with The New School's Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy. Register now to gain access to the films and live event next week: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/263919439147

“Forward Home: The Power of the Caribbean Diaspora” (Caribbeantales TV) by Keith Nurse reveals the economic impact of 9 Caribbean countries on the U.S and internationally.

"Evolution of a Criminal" by Darius Clark Monroe relays a day in the life of a man faced with the economic pressures of being Black in the US, and the dangerous decisions that must be made to survive.

TRAILER: “Consequences of the Trade”, Michelle Materre's forthcoming documentary, is a look into an African American family’s ancestry and roots in the slave trade.

#BlackHistoryMonth #BHM #BlackLivesMatter

Here's the program and schedule for our upcoming #BlackFilmsMatter event, in collaboration with The New School's Institu...
02/16/2022

Here's the program and schedule for our upcoming #BlackFilmsMatter event, in collaboration with The New School's Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy. Our three part event explores how the economy of the Black film industry has impacted the US and world economy as a whole, but also the economic impact of the Black Diaspora.

Have you registered for the series yet? It's free, open to all, and pre-screened films are available from tomorrow to registered attendees! Sign up now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blackfilmsmatter-the-us-economy-and-rising-tide-of-black-film-tickets-263919439147

#BlackHistoryMonth

#BlackFilmsMatter, presented by Creatively Speaking and The New School's The Institute on Race, Power and Political Econ...
02/11/2022

#BlackFilmsMatter, presented by Creatively Speaking and The New School's The Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy (IRPPE) is a virtual film series exploring how the economy of the Black film industry has impacted the US and world economy while also raising awareness around the economic and cultural contributions of African Americans.

The series will include three prescreened films a week in advance, three short films live and a panel discussion with the filmmakers and industry experts.

The event is free and open to all. Register now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blackfilmsmatter-the-us-economy-and-rising-tide-of-black-film-tickets-263919439147

#BlackHistoryMonth #BHM

Save the date! Creatively Speaking and The New School's Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy (IRPPE) are pleas...
02/10/2022

Save the date! Creatively Speaking and The New School's Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy (IRPPE) are pleased to present a collaborative program, #BlackFilmsMatter: The U.S. Economy and the Rising Tide of the Black Film Industry.

#BlackFilmsMatter is a film series exploring how the economy of the Black film industry has impacted the US and world economy as a whole, and the economic impact of the Black Diaspora.

Mark your calendars for 7 PM on 23 February 2022, and stay tuned on our channels for more details coming soon!

It's #BlackHistoryMonth, and here at Creatively Speaking, we are reflecting on how the economies of Black filmmaking hav...
02/03/2022

It's #BlackHistoryMonth, and here at Creatively Speaking, we are reflecting on how the economies of Black filmmaking have impacted the American and global economy, and the economic power of Black culture and creativity.

We're excited to explore the various facets of this theme over the next month, and have an announcement coming up soon. Follow us on all our channels to stay up to date!

#BlackFilmsMatter #bhm #BlackHistoryMonth2022

On February 6, 1964 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a speech at The New School entitled The Summer of Our Disconten...
01/17/2022

On February 6, 1964 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a speech at The New School entitled The Summer of Our Discontent. On King’s death anniversary in 2018, our founder @mmaterre presented a program at The New School “Words of Change” that utilized the six artistic disciplines - music, theater, dance, film, photography and visual art to memorialize Dr. King and his legacy of hope and inspiration. Watch the entire program here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8ZNLmNzW4I
#mlkday #mlk

“We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.”This #MartinLutherKingDay weekend, we’re spending s...
01/16/2022

“We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.”
This #MartinLutherKingDay weekend, we’re spending some time immersing ourselves in films and series’ through time that aim to question mainstream narratives and representations of Blackness.

#mlkday #mlk

“True peace is not merely the absence of tension; it is the presence of justice.” - Martin Luther King Jr. This #MartinL...
01/15/2022

“True peace is not merely the absence of tension; it is the presence of justice.” - Martin Luther King Jr. 
This #MartinLutherKingDay weekend, we’re spending some time immersing ourselves in films and series’ through time that aim to question mainstream narratives and representations of Blackness.

#mlkday #mlk

The last few years haven’t been easy for anyone, our team included. But as we start thinking about the year ahead and wh...
01/14/2022

The last few years haven’t been easy for anyone, our team included. But as we start thinking about the year ahead and what we have planned, we can’t help but be excited and hopeful.

From the entire Creatively Speaking team, we wish you a happy and bountiful 2022!

"I was thinking a lot about how much a culture of domination always wants us to think of power as outside ourselves (......
01/10/2022

"I was thinking a lot about how much a culture of domination always wants us to think of power as outside ourselves (....) power is always conceived as power over something, and not as "what is my power within?""
bell hooks bringing you your decolonized #MondayMotivation from her discussion with Marci Blackman and Darnell Moore on Moving from Pain to Power at The New School's Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts in 2015: https://youtu.be/cpKuLl-GC0M

12/21/2021

Denzel Washington's new release A Journal For Jordan has all the makings of a cuffing season drama extravaganza and we are here 👏 for 👏 it 👏

Will you be catching it in theaters this holiday weekend? Let us know in the comments below!

PS: As case counts increase over the holidays we ask that you follow all COVID-19 related protocols of your state or region when heading out to the cinemas in order to keep the movie-going experience enjoyable for us all!

"bell hooks has been a personal heroine of mine for as long as I can remember - probably since high school. It has taken...
12/20/2021

"bell hooks has been a personal heroine of mine for as long as I can remember - probably since high school. It has taken me this many days since her transition to reconcile that she's not walking among us on this plane anymore, but will always be present in my mind, in my heart, in my work...
Rest in Power, our dearest bell..."
- Michelle Materre

When bell hooks was the Artist-In-Residence at The New School's Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, our founder Michelle Materre had the pleasure and honor of being in conversation with her and discussing her life's work. Her passing feels deeply personal to our entire team and we will continue to uphold her ideas and frameworks for a more just and equitable society through our work.

12/15/2021

The holidays can be a mixed bag of emotions for a lot of people, but you couldn’t tell looking at all the mainstream films that present a very white, heteronormative view of this season. So this year, we at Creatively Speaking decided to curate a list of our favorite holiday films that offer a different perspective of this joyous/confusing/glittery time of year!

To start us off, our team member Joohee Oh recommends Moonlit Winter, a Korean film featuring tranquil winter scenery and Asian q***r protagonists. The film can be streamed on Tubi, Viki, and Amazon Prime Video.

Have you watched Moonlit Winter yet? Tell us what you think and leave us more unorthodox holiday film recommendations in the comments!

#CSRecommends

Check out this upcoming feature film by a Haitian Woman direcor, and contribute if you are able. It's quite an endorseme...
12/09/2021
Artists Institute of Haiti Fundraiser, organized by Erlantz Hyppolite

Check out this upcoming feature film by a Haitian Woman direcor, and contribute if you are able. It's quite an endorsement coming from Francis Ford Coppola!

Dear Friends, Colleagues, and Supporters, In June of this year, we drafted … Erlantz Hyppolite needs your support for Artists Institute of Haiti Fundraiser

#NeemaBarnette  says:"Dropping Dec 3rd on Amazon! Honored to have worked alongside fellow directors Malcolm D. Lee -- Bl...
12/01/2021

#NeemaBarnette says:
"Dropping Dec 3rd on Amazon! Honored to have worked alongside fellow directors Malcolm D. Lee -- Blackmaled Productions , Stacey Muhammad & Linda to bring creator Tracey Oliver's vision to life. Meagan Goode & the entire ensemble are fantastic! I loved every moment of directing the final two episodes🖤 My Harlem community will be as proud as I am! GANSTA🤠 @staceymuhammad @malcolmdlee @tracey.oliveira @harlemamazon
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nf9gqWex10

What a wonderful, family-friendly, holiday, feel-good, inspirational film!#KingRichard has "OSCAR" written all over it!C...
11/22/2021
‘King Richard’ Review: Will Smith and Aunjanue Ellis Inspire as Venus and Serena Williams’ Eye-on-the-Prize Parents

What a wonderful, family-friendly, holiday, feel-good, inspirational film!
#KingRichard has "OSCAR" written all over it!
Congrats to #ReinaldoMarcusGreen #willsmith and #AunjanueEllis! Check out the reviews to see for yourselves!
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/18/movies/king-richard-review-will-smith.html
https://variety.com/2021/film/reviews/king-richard-review-venus-williams-1235054637/

The vast majority of sports movies are about exceptional talent. “King Richard” is about exceptional belief: the conviction of one man, Richard Williams, that he could turn his daughters Venus and …

We're so proud and excited for our dear friend and colleague, Aunjanue Ellis, co-star in King Richard with Will Smith! A...
11/19/2021
For ‘King Richard’ Star Aunjanue Ellis, Telling the Truth of Her Real-Life Character Became a ‘Mission’

We're so proud and excited for our dear friend and colleague, Aunjanue Ellis, co-star in King Richard with Will Smith! And for its Director, Reinaldo Marcus Green, a long time member of the Creatively Speaking filmmaker family! Congrats to both and we look forward to seeing the film!
https://www.indiewire.com/2021/11/king-richard-aunjanue-ellis-interview-1234679624/
#KingRichard
#AunjanueEllis
#renaldomarcusgreen
#willsmith

Reinaldo Marcus Green’s biopic might get its title from the father of the iconic Williams sisters, but it’s Ellis’ turn as their mother Oracene Price that feels like a revelation.

Join The New Negress Film Society TONIGHT, Thursday, November 18th at 5pm PST / 8PM EST for the next installment of thei...
11/18/2021

Join The New Negress Film Society TONIGHT, Thursday, November 18th at 5pm PST / 8PM EST for the next installment of their inaugural Collective Conversation Series with Zeinabu irene Davis, Barbara McCullough, and Ben Caldwell. These three LA Rebellion members share their experiences as film students at UCLA and how they’ve engaged in communal practices throughout their careers.

This free and public event series will be recorded and made available on the New Negress Film Society’s website. Selected film clips representing several film and media collectives is screening on loop at the Maysles Documentary Center as part of their Sidewalk Cinema. Join us and register today!

Details & Registration Page: https://newnegressfilmsociety.eventbrite.com/

The Institute on Race, Power, and Political Economy at The New School is hiring! The IRPPE advances research to understa...
11/04/2021

The Institute on Race, Power, and Political Economy at The New School is hiring! The IRPPE advances research to understand structural inequalities and works to identify groundbreaking ways to promote equity.
Apply now at careers.newschool.edu

On November 1st 8PM ET, PrideFull is holding an online discussion about filmmaking and telling our own stories as q***r ...
10/28/2021

On November 1st 8PM ET, PrideFull is holding an online discussion about filmmaking and telling our own stories as q***r and trans people of color. How does an intersection of race and sexual/gender identity play a role in filmmaking and storytelling? Filmmakers Madeleine Lim, Ley Comas, and Mary Galloway will be joining as speakers. Pridefull founder Nabin Park will moderate the talk. The event is free with RSVP, register now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-panel-celebrating-the-qtpoc-stories-and-filmmaking-tickets-194032154397

New Negress Film Society is organizing their inaugural Collective Conversations Series on Oct 28th at 6:30 PM EST. Partn...
10/22/2021

New Negress Film Society is organizing their inaugural Collective Conversations Series on Oct 28th at 6:30 PM EST. Partnering with Maysles Documentary Center, this virtual series features scholars and filmmakers amplifying communal forms of filmmaking while centering the political act of collectivity.

Register here: https://newnegressfilmsociety.eventbrite.com/

#NNFScollectiveconvoseries

We're so excited for PrideFull's pilot program this November, "Stories of Q***r Diasporas: The Journey in Search of[]". ...
10/22/2021

We're so excited for PrideFull's pilot program this November, "Stories of Q***r Diasporas: The Journey in Search of[]". With 10 films, features and shorts combined, Q&As with the filmmakers, and an opening panel talk about QTPOC filmmaking, they are bringing a timely conversation about migration, immigration, and alienation in the q***r and trans people of color community. Support them by donating to their fundraiser and get all-access passes: https://chuffed.org/project/pridefull

So sorry to hear this news..the passing af actress #KaceyMoore. One of the leads of the classic #daughtersofthedust. Res...
08/29/2021

So sorry to hear this news..the passing af actress #KaceyMoore. One of the leads of the classic #daughtersofthedust. Rest in Power our beloved, talented sister...

As the waves of heartbreaking news from Afghanistan continue to hit us, we are becoming increasingly aware of how the co...
08/17/2021

As the waves of heartbreaking news from Afghanistan continue to hit us, we are becoming increasingly aware of how the conflict will disproportionately affect women, children, activists, artists, journalists and the media. Communities of color continue to pay the price for the imperialistic nature of the West. Afghan voices are being silenced, and it is our duty to advocate on their behalf.

To All the Film Communities in The World and Who Loves Film and Cinema!

My name is Sahraa Karimi, a film director and the current general director of Afghan Film, the only stated-owned film company established is 1968.

I write to you with a broken heart and a deep hope that you can join me in protecting my beautiful people, especially filmmakers from the Taliban. In the last few weeks, the Taliban have gained control of so many provinces. They have massacred our people, they kidnapped many children, they sold girls as child brides to their men, they murdered a woman for her attire, they gauged the eyes of a woman, they tortured and murdered one of our beloved comedians, they murdered one of our historian poets, they murdered the head of culture and media for the government, they have been assassinating people affiliated with the government, they hung some of our men publicly, they have displaced hundreds of thousands of families. The families are in camps in Kabul after fleeing these provinces, and they are in unsanitary condition. There is looting in the camps and babies dying because they don’t have milk. It is a humanitarian crisis, and yet the world is silent. We have grown accustomed to this silence, yet we know it is not fair. We know that this decision to abandon our people is wrong, that this hasty troop withdrawal is a betrayal of our people and all that we did when Afghans won the Cold War for the west. Our people were forgotten then, leading up to the Taliban’s dark rule, and now, after twenty years of immense gains for our country and especially our younger generations, all could be lost again in this abandonment.

We need your voice. The media, governments, and the world humanitarian organizations are conveniently silent as if this “Peace deal” with the Taliban was ever legitimate. It was never legitimate. Recognizing them gave them the confidence to come back to power. The Taliban have been brutalizing our people throughout the entire process of the talks. Everything that I have worked so hard to build as a filmmaker in my country is at risk of falling. If the Taliban take over they will ban all art. I and other filmmakers could be next on their hit list. They will strip women’s rights, we will be pushed into the shadows of our homes and our voices, our expression will be stifled into silence. When the Taliban were in power, zero girls were in school. Since then there are over 9 million Afghan girls in school. This is incredible Herat, the third-largest city which just fell to the Taliban had nearly 50% women in its university. These are incredible gains that the world hardly knows about. Just in these few weeks, the Taliban have destroyed many schools and 2 million girls are forced now out of school again.

I do not understand this world. I do not understand this silence. I will stay and fight for my country, but I cannot do it alone. I need allies like you. Please help us get this world to care about what is happening to us.

Please help us by informing your countries’ most important media what is going on here in Afghanistan. Be our voices outside Afghanistan. If the Taliban take over Kabul, we may not have access to the internet or any communication tool at all. Please engage your filmmakers, artists to support us to be our voice. This war is not a civil war, this is a proxy war, this is an imposed war. Please as much as you can share this fact with your media and write about us on your social media. The world should not turn its back on us.

We need your support and your voice on behalf of Afghan women, children, artists, and filmmakers. This support would be the greatest help we need right now.

Please help us get this world to not abandon Afghanistan. Please help us before the Taliban take over Kabul. We have such little time, maybe days.

Thank you so much. I appreciate your pure true heart so dearly.

With regard,
Sahraa Karimi, صحرا كريمي

Check out this great article about two of our favorite film sisters from across the Pond -- June Givanni and Gaylene Gou...
08/07/2021
“It was a guerrilla activity”: an oral history of the Black Film Bulletin

Check out this great article about two of our favorite film sisters from across the Pond -- June Givanni and Gaylene Gould!
Started in 1993 and still going strong! YOU ROCK!

Founding editors June Givanni and Gaylene Gould and new editors Jan Asante and Melanie Hoyes talk James Bell through the history of a vital space for critical commentary around new Black cinema and pan-African cinema histories.

SO proud to be part of this amazing program and to have the thrill and honor to work with the brightest and most talente...
07/24/2021
Best Film Schools in the U.S. & Canada 2021

SO proud to be part of this amazing program and to have the thrill and honor to work with the brightest and most talented students ever!! CONGRATS to The New School Media Studies PEOPLE and The New School!

MovieMaker presents our annual survey of the best film schools in the U.S. and Canada destined to unlock your moviemaking talents.

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new Stony Brook University Social Impact Filmmaking program now accepting applications! Scholarships available! https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/southampton/mfa/special_programs/social-impact-filmmaking.php#WhyParticipate?
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Don't miss Urbanworld Film Festival 2019, in New York City, Sept. 18-22nd!!!
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New Voices in Black Cinema co-presents "Mapping Your Dream" How I Raised $15,000 in 4 Weeks and How You Can Too" Crowdfunding Webinar for Filmmakers is Tuesday, April 30th! Free with RSVP. With filmmaker Iquo B. Essien. bit.ly/ANFReg
If you haven't seen this great doc by Pamela Sporn yet, here's your chance!
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