The New Black Film Collective (TNBFC) is a nationwide network of film exhibitors, educators and programmers of Black representation on screen.

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Thursday 01 December 2016
Followed by a panel discussion

Giving a film about an 1831 slave uprising in Virginia, USA, the same title as D. W. Griffith’s Ku Klux Klan-championing silent epic from 1915 was a bold and wonderfully pointed decision on the part of first-time African-American director Nate Parker. In an interview, Parker stated that he had reclaimed the title and “repurposed it as a tool to challenge racism and white supremacy in America”. 

Parker takes the central role, and also co-wrote and co-produced this tale based on the life of Nat Turner. An enslaved African American, Turner led a violent rebellion that resulted in the deaths of up to 65 white men, women and children. Timely and confrontational, Parker’s The Birth Of A Nation won two awards at the Sundance Film Festival.

USA 2016

Cast: Nate Parker, Gabrielle Union, Aja Naomi King
Director: Nate Parker
Running time: 120 mins (15)
Venue: Stratford East Picturehouse

Tickets: £7 (£5 for Picturehouse members)

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TNBFC and its members host a myriad of film festivals, film clubs and special seasons influenced by African Diaspora at venues across the country.

We provide advice and support on programming African, Caribbean and diasporic film, as well as event management, training, audience development and diversity issues.

Our PR team handle campaigns and previews for UK cinema and home entertainment releases of Black film content. Previous titles include The Birth of a Nation, Southside With You, The Hard Stop, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution & The Perfect Guy. 

We launched our distribution arm with the theatrical release of Dear White People in 2015 and aim to acquire more titles that tell untold stories. 

We design teaching and learning materials on Black film, and deliver training for schools, colleges, cinemas, cultural centres and other organisations across the country.

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