A Ballerina’s Tale

Directed by noted author, journalist, music and culture critic Nelson George, this documentary features Black ballerina Misty Copeland. It examines her rise as a child prodigy, who began ballet at age 13 at the local Boys and Girls Club, suffered poverty at a young age and dealt with a public custody battle between her mother… Learn More

The Women of Brewster Place

Adapted from the critically-acclaimed debut novel from Gloria Naylor, The Women of Brewster place focuses on a group of women living in a housing project over the course of thirty years. Starring notable Black actors Olivia Cole, Oprah Winfrey, Robin Givens, Jackee Harry and others, Naylor’s plot examine’s with high-powered perception poverty, misogynoir, and the… Learn More

BCH Mixtape: Vol. 3

Black Cinema House is proud to present the BCH Mixtape: Vol. 3, the third in an ongoing series of showcases that screen independent short films, comprising a variety of moving image-makers. Black Cinema House continues its mission to uplift Black cinema, as the BCH Mixtape series aims to champion an array of works by independent… Learn More

The Things We Do When We’re Alone

In the words of writer/ director Chanel James, “The Things We Do When We’re Alone” is about “crestfallen punk fan, Cassidy lives and breathes by the songs of her favorite band Slim Hitter. When a rare opportunity arises to see them play in her hometown, she plans an impromptu weekend back down to reconnect with… Learn More