Are you a creative woman of color who likes to see women like herself in front of and behind the camera? More images of people who look like you on movie and television screens? Well ARRAY, “a community-based distribution collective dedicated to the amplification of films by people of color and women filmmakers”, is doing just that.
Founded by fellow creative write and producer Ava DuVernay, best known for her Oscar nominated work SELMA, ARRAY hopes to bring daring artists to the audiences who crave to see them.
Spawned as a way to recreate the feel and energy of the African American Film Festival, ARRAY has a beautiful collection of films that give voice to our experience including Echo Park, I Will Follow , Middle of Nowhere and Ayanda. The creatives behind the collective are categorized by Mavericks and Rebels and as their buzz continues we should be excited about what’s coming next from these creative minds.
For more information on their past and latest endeavors or to join visit them online at www.arraynow.com.
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