An excellent article on Mobile in Black and White by Kathryn Segers appeared this week in The Vanguard, the student newspaper at the University of South Alabama. You can read it here.
Mobile in Black and White has been accepted to three upcoming film festivals! We’ll be at the Texas Film Festival in Dallas on February 19-22. We’ll be at the Lindsey Film Fest at the University of North Alabama on March 6-8. We’ll be at the Capital City Film Festival in Lansing, MI on April 10-13.
It was such a great surprise when they announced this. A Man Named God won the category, but it was extremely cool just to be a part of the festival and to be nominated!
We are very excited to announce that we’ve just received our first film festival acceptance! We will be attending the San Diego Black Film Festival in downtown San Diego on January 31 – February 3. While we hope that this will be the first of many such acceptances, we are well aware that these festivals […]
I also just realized that I’ve not posted our new poster on the blog. I’m not sure what they were thinking when they put me in charge of this blog thing anyway… In any case, I think Brian Butler did an amazing job! I should also note that our IMDB page has finally been fully […]
We got our first promotional “blurb” on Mobile and Black and White! It is from Lisa Abbott, who is Executive Director of World Trust Educational Services, a California-based company that seeks to create social change through film and dialogue. Some of their excellent films include Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequality and Mirrors […]
We are taking a big step tomorrow by showing a feature-length version of Mobile in Black & White tomorrow on the USA Campus. We are calling it a sneak peak because we are not really promoting it outside of the USA community. We’ll have a proper “premiere” at some future date. One of the reasons […]
I just wanted to let everyone know that we are hard at work upgrading each of the four segments. One of our goals is to bump up each segment to 50 minutes (don’t tell anyone, but the reason we’re doing that is in hope that they might one day need to fit an hour time […]
Segment 4, entitled “Toward Equity” is now available on the Mobile in Black & White website. Thanks to everyone who contributed to it!