Oct 28

B'Scursion: A Horror Film Series by Indie Black Filmmakers with Laura Fielder

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Meeting Place: Diana Center Lobby
  • Add to Calendar 2021-10-28 16:30:00 2021-10-28 18:30:00 B'Scursion: A Horror Film Series by Indie Black Filmmakers with Laura Fielder Enjoy an evening of horror film shorts presented by independent Black Filmmakers in the Seward Park Library. Each filmmaker brings their vision of horror from their unique cultural and individual perspectives. Their films look at horror in its frightening glory. Laura Fielder is an award-winning New York City-based screenwriter and director. She made her directing debut with Milan’s First Day (2015). Her most recent short film The Company You Keep (2019), is a psychological thriller. Laura’s films were screened in such festivals as The Toronto Black Film Festival, The Hip Hop Film Festival, The Baltimore International Film Festival, and The Katra Film Series. As a screenwriter, her scripts were placed in such competitions as the International Horror Hotel, Big Apple Film Festival, and Screenplay and Competition, and Hollywood Horrorfest. Laura is also one of the founding members of 501c3 organization The Black TV & Film Collective. This nonprofit collective serves as a development hub for Black and African descent artists wishing to create financially sustainable careers in the fields of film, television, and digital entertainment. Laura also serves as a board member. There are 9(10?) tickets available and will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Metrocards will be provided. Meeting Place: Diana Center Lobby Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

Enjoy an evening of horror film shorts presented by independent Black Filmmakers in the Seward Park Library. Each filmmaker brings their vision of horror from their unique cultural and individual perspectives. Their films look at horror in its frightening glory. Laura Fielder is an award-winning New York City-based screenwriter and director. She made her directing debut with Milan’s First Day (2015). Her most recent short film The Company You Keep (2019), is a psychological thriller. Laura’s films were screened in such festivals as The Toronto Black Film Festival, The Hip Hop Film Festival, The Baltimore International Film Festival, and The Katra Film Series. As a screenwriter, her scripts were placed in such competitions as the International Horror Hotel, Big Apple Film Festival, and Screenplay and Competition, and Hollywood Horrorfest. Laura is also one of the founding members of 501c3 organization The Black TV & Film Collective. This nonprofit collective serves as a development hub for Black and African descent artists wishing to create financially sustainable careers in the fields of film, television, and digital entertainment. Laura also serves as a board member.

There are 9(10?) tickets available and will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Metrocards will be provided.