GAY LIFE EXPO follow- up/QBC Film Series 12/18


Angel Producer of Queer Black Cinema & Kawana, assistant @ Gay Life Expo '08

At the very last minute Queer Black Cinema was given an opportunity to do outreach at the Gay Life Expo -NY. The expo took place in New York City at the famous Jacob Javits Center November 15th & 16th.  We manage to pull it off despite the very short notice. Special thanks goes out to Angel L. Brown, Producer/curator of QBC and Raphael for volunteering their time and all the new people they will be collaborating with.  Angel express how excited she is about meeting the founder/and former Executive Producers of In the Life, who now runs Chillfest film series in New Jersey.

Queer Black Cinema manage to get over 300 hundred e-mails within two days and give a way over 1000 condoms and safer sex kits. Special thinks to the Lesbian AIDS project at Gay Men Health Crisis and the New York City Department of Health. Want to see more pictures from the QBC@ Gay Life Expo ’08? [Click here]

QBC Film Series Raffle Winners

QBC Film Series Raffle Winners

Congratulations goes out to the winners of the QBC film series raffle. Two free tickets to Queer Black Cinema December 18, 2008 screening was raffle off on Sunday once every hour at the expo.  The last screening of the year will be  “Jumping The Broom: The New Covenant” written and directed by Debra Wilson.  QBC ReelTALK Q&A discussion will follow the screening around the input of people of color and proposition 8 with special invited guest. Audience members will have an opportunity to purchase a raffle to win a copy of Jumpin’ The Broom.  Be sure to purchase your tickets online to attend the screening at  There will be a special treat given out to audience members (while supplies last) and  cash bar throughout the evening.  Be sure to join the mailing list at Make sure you check your spam mail and follow the directions to completely sign up to the list or you may just miss out on giveaways.  Check out the trailer.

In other news, check out QBC filmmakers, M. F. Stiff, film ” Walk In The Light” on BET J. Congratulations goes out to BET J for great programming.  Airing Walk In The Light on BET J is a great move toward highlighting  lesbian, gay, transgender people of color experience in a more in-depth non-stereotypical light.  To see more programming about the true essence of the Black LGBTQ Experience or to demand great programming, it is important to post your comments on the BET board.  For more information on Walk In The Light or Jumpin The Broom visit QBC Resource page .

Stay tune for follow-up of QBC College Film Tour

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