Giving Season 2021

It's the season, and this Giving Tuesday is our first time asking you directly to be a part of our mission of amplifying and sharing Black films within local and diasporic communities. 

Help us sustain free programming for 2022!

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ALT: Outdoor movie screen showing close up of animated eyes of a young brown girl. Two children dancing with glow sticks in front of screen. 

CAPTION: Recoiled, 2019, Dir. Claire Grim: Between the Frames program, The Buoyant Downtown Redmond, September 2021, 

​For the past two years we, Berette, Mateó, and Savita, have committed our time and love of films to programming screenings, panels and watch parties representing artists from across the African diaspora for free public engagement. Your gift, whatever the amount, will help us to sustain our growth by collectively funding our programs in 2022.

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ALT: photo of a movie theater interior with audience facing the screen showing a Black person standing by the ocean.

CAPTION: for those who mispronounce my name, 2019, Dir. Maya Cozier: SHAPESHIFTERS film program for Black Refractions, Frye Art Museum, Aug 2021

Your individual gift will help us continue to:

  • offer free programs, like all programs we’ve offered since we started in 2019

  • amplify artists, filmmakers, and film scholars, while compensating them for their work

  • fund our annual programs for Black Music Month and the AFTER DARK Horror series, and to start new programs with guest curators

  • provide meaningful partnership support of local creators and community orgs in Seattle, without whom we just could not even consider doing this work!

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ALT: photo grid of 6 people on Zoom smiling with drinks in their hands

CAPTION: Black Spatial Elegance: Sight + Sound panel, L-R: Rell Be Free, Inye Wokoma, Jazmyn Scott, Berette S Macaulay, June 2021

It is important to us to keep our work accessible by continuing to offer free programming, but also to offer sliding scale options for ticketed screenings in the future.  

Your gift of $5 -or- $500 will help us do this!  

Our goal this season is to raise $10,000 that we’ll use just for programs in 2022!
You can give via two (2) options:

If you’ve been following our collective, love what we do, and want us to continue, consider Black Cinema Collective this Giving Season.

THANK YOU for keeping us going!

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