BronzeLens Festival Releases Selections

August 13, 2018

The BronzeLens Film Festival has revealed this years selections

The ninth annual BronzeLens Film Festival takes place between August 22-28th. The event focuses on people of color within the industry, highlighting their work and empowering those on the rise. There will be workshops, master classes, an awards show, and of course, amazing screenings. Below is the list of this years selections for screening, just announced by the BronzeLens team.

 

DOCUMENTARY 
Don't Be Nice
Show Me Democracy
The Possibility of Her
Two Deaths
United Skates

 
FEATURE
1 Angry Black Man 
Jinn
Shot Clock ATL
The Broken Rose
The Meek
When The Well Runs Dry

 
INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY
A Great Day in Paris
Cimarronaje en Panama
Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places: A Global African Diaspora
For Humanity: Culture, Community and Maroonage
Longing For
Skulls
The Mayor's Race

 
INTERNATIONAL FEATURE 

Isoken
 
INTERNATIONAL SHORT DOCUMENTARY
Restoring Focus
 
MUSIC VIDEO
Lay Over: The Visual
Together
Why Us
You Think You Know

 
SHORT
A Brave Face
A Father's Love
Aged Out
An Act of Terror
An Ode to Harold
Anna
BlacKorea
Charcoal
Dishonour
Distorted
DUALITY
Emmett Still
Grace
In My Father's Name
INSTANCE
Ireti
KINGS
Kyenvu
Lalo's House
Little K
Myself When I Am Real
Nana Roxie's Revenge
On Monday of Last Week
Other
Parallax
Paris Blues In Harlem
Pony
Social Conflict
Something Bigger
The Campbell:Traders Gangsters and Robots
The Counter: 1960
The Talk
Training Wheels
Turtle vs. Octopus
Under
Ur Mines
Vesey's Resistance
Vici
Wale
We Have Our Ways

  
SHORT DOCUMENTARY
Brooks People
Hale
Let My People Vote
Mr. Gele: The Man. The Story. The Craft

 
STUDENT
Ablution
Black & Blue
Discharge
Keeton Olson For HOA President: A Mild Inconvenience
Mama I Wanna March
Man In Focus
Mid-City Blue
Night Call
Olde E
Riverment
Sight
Valerie Morgan: TV Qualified
Zenith

 
WEBISODE
I Am Not Charlotte
Otis
Single and Anxious

 

For tickets and schedules please visit www.bronzelens.com 
 

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