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Practice the art of storytelling through the documentary genre. Learn how to develop a story from a real-world source; practice various interview techniques, how to do effective research, how a documentary team finds their subjects and more. Show off your curiosity about the world around us through the medium of short film!Find out more »
“Reverend Patrinell Staten Wright is the closest thing Seattle has to the Queen of Soul (albeit with a heavier emphasis on church life), and this film portrays the septuagenarian gospel/R&B singer’s inspirational story with utmost reverence.” – Dave Segal, The StrangerFind out more »
Honor and celebrate our Ancestral Mothers through music and dance performances from across the African Diaspora. Hear local author Barbara Pamplin as she reads from her personal, yet universal memoir, Fat, Black, and Unlovable, sharing a joyful message of transformation and healing. Enjoy delicious neo-soul bites and shake it up at our dance party! Wherever you are on your journey toward freedom and wholeness, this night will celebrate the steps you have taken and fortify you for the road ahead.
Performances by Dora Oliveira and Dance Brazil, Mark Lilly and Bembe Olele, Wali Pamp, Kokou Al-Nuzan and Anna Kosugi.Find out more »
Celebrating key African-American elders and freedom-fighters through short films and storytelling! Stories feature the Seattle Chapter of the Black Panther Party, civil rights leader Jack O’Dell, a diverse chapter of local veterans, and more.Find out more »