Friday, October 4, 2019

Black Filmmakers Academy Celebrates 2nd Annual Summit

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BFA Assembles Top Filmmaking Executives and Creatives for Online Conference

Columbia, MD -- Black Filmmakers Academy has announced the launch of its second annual Black Filmmakers Summit. The digital conference brings together 14 top executives and creatives for an insider look at what is takes to go from concept to the big screen and navigate the complexities of both the artistic and business sides of the movie-making industry. Through sharing their own personal stories, little-known tips, and best practices, BFA's notable and award-winning panel of experts is offering filmmakers a definitive guide for how to position their projects to be seen and funded, advice on emerging industry trends and cutting-edge filmmaking technologies, and details on how to secure production and distribution deals regardless of their budget.

BFA's Founder and CEO, Toneka Wright says, "We are so happy to be bringing this amazing learning opportunity to our BFA community. As we continue to grow, we are continually looking for ways to deliver more value, education, and resources.

The Black Filmmakers Summit topics and roster of expert panelists has been carefully curated especially for our audience based on their feedback on the top challenges they face in navigating the filmmaking process. No matter where you are in the development pipeline, and regardless of your level of expertise, there is absolutely something for everyone in this Summit.

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I know all of our online attendees will leave with a refreshed and renewed vision and plan for bringing their projects to life. BFA is extremely proud to be a part of the success journey for the industry's up-and-coming artists, creatives, and executives."

For more information or to register for this online event, please visit or follow on Instagram @Black_Filmmakers_Academy

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Black Filmmakers Academy, founded in 2018, offers courses, content, and strategies to help Black filmmakers learn the art, craft, and business side of making, distributing, and marketing cinematic masterpieces.

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