The Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival To Center Femme-Identified People Of Color

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March 19th 2018

A new film festival is calling for submissions.

The Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival, which will center femme-identified people of color, is from writer and filmmaker Nia Hampton.

The festival, whose selections will be screened during her gallery, Drapetomania: The Strong Urge to Escape, is calling for short films, abstract videos or moving image pieces that center on black femmes.

It takes place at Waller Gallery in Baltimore, Maryland on April 13 until May 26. The film fest will be May 5.

Waller Gallery lists its goals as follows:


  1. To Support POC artists locally and globally through exhibitions, programming, and collaborative projects.

  2. To Consider all forms of art including design, social practice, craft, and digital art.

  3. To Help to grow the arts community in Baltimore by engaging with artists at any stage of their practice.


You can find submission guidelines here.

by Shadow and Act on March 19th 2018
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