Producing Shorts and Features Panel
Join the discussion on what it means to be a producer and how producer’s finance short and feature films.
Date: Thursday, March 28th, 2019
Time: 7:30PM-9PM • Doors open 7PM
Location: 244 Rehearsal Studios, 10th Floor
244 W 54th Street, Manhattan
ABOUT THE PANELISTS
Marquise Stillwell, Founder and Principal of OpenDox & OpenBox.
The founder of the production company OpenDox, Marquise is a film financing expert and the executive producer for the documentaries Shield and Spear and The World is Not My Own.
As a business designer and developer for more than two decades, he brings innovation and strategic planning to the OpenBox vision in the fields of film investing, product development, and technology.
An award winning filmmaker who over the years has honed her craft managing productions of various genres — Narrative, Music Video, Commercial and Docu-Series. Dominga’s music video productions have aired on MTV Music, VH-1 and BET, showcasing her diverse talents in writing video treatments and producing on a shoestring budget such as “Forever” featuring GRAMMY nominated artists, The Floacist and Musiq Soulchild.
CINEMA FOR HER
Join Black Film Space every Wednesday in March for Cinema by Her.
We are going to screen a classic film centered around black women, followed by a discussion hosted by one of the Black Film Space team members.
On March 27th we are going to screen Set if Off.
Watch the trailer here.
Free admission, one drink minimum. RSVP HERE.
OUR FOUNDERS @ BLACK WEB FEST 2019
Lande Yoosuf and Reggie Williams, founders of Black Film Space, will moderate a screenwriting workshop at the Black Web Fest 2019. The Black Web Fest is an international event series that celebrates Black media creators and digital content. Their core themes this year are media, discovery, education, and technology.
The Dumbo Loft: 155 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 12:00 PM
Black Web Fest - Day 1 is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
For more details visit: BlackWebFest.com