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Black Women Film Network October Event

October 15, 2017


We're back this month on October 17 with another exciting networking opportunity! This month's BWFN Mixer includes a Q&A with film & television producer, Datari Turner, who's produced 30 films (5 of which have premiered at Sundance) and over 100 hours of programming for networks WE tv, BET, TV One, Starz and Oxygen. He will be giving a 1-hr Master Class on the art of pitching tv shows, financing films, and selecting talent.  RSVP asap. This event will sell out!


Tuesday, October 17

6:00pm - doors open

6:30pm - Master Class w/ Datari Turner

7:30pm - reception

The Gathering Spot

384 Northyards Blvd NW, Atlanta GA 30313


Post-reception with DJ Bomshell Boogie


Tuesday, October 17, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

The Gathering Spot
384 Northyards Blvd NW
Bldg 100

Atlanta, GA 30313


Black Women Film Network


The Black Women Film Network (BWFN) was founded to increase the numbers of women of all cultures in the film industry and related areas. The organization seeks to preserve the voice of Black women, and unheard part of Black History, through programs that empower and educate.


The Black Women Film Network was established in 1997 for the sole purpose of preserving the voice of Black women through film. The organization provides scholarships to students who are actively pursuing a career in film, screenwriting or a related areas; screenings; workshops and seminars, and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit group. Support to women who are trying to make a career in film is a primary goal of the organization. Annually, the group salutes those who have excelled in this difficult industry. The works of black women on film can be an inspiration and teaching tool for us all, a valuable means for capturing an often unheard of part of Black History. BWFN seeks to preserve that voice.


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