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PARTY WITH A CAUSE! Support QBC Film Fest 2010!

February 8, 2010

The BIGGEST PARTY WITH A CAUSE IN NYC FEB 19, 2010

New York, NY (www.QBCNYC.org) Angel L. Brown, founder/Producer of Queer Black Cinema teamed of with promoter Ron to throw one of the biggest party of the year at Secret Lounge Friday, February 19. Doors open at 9:30 PM Showtime at 10:15 PM $5 before 12 AM but you must be on the QBC guest list. The musical acts is hosted by DJ Baker from Da Do Dirty Show (on Qnation.FM Monday – Friday 5 PM.)

Angel decided to turn her birthday celebration into a hug fundraiser for the 3rd Annual Queer Black Cinema International Film Festival 2010. “I wanted to start early with raising funds for the festival. This year, I would like to help filmmakers who are exhibiting their work to be in attending which can be very difficult if they live out of state or out of the country. We are the only Black LGBT Film Festival in New York City. If everyone support, there shouldn’t be any reason why this festival can be one of the most successful well attended festivals out there.  If we don’t support our own images, you really can’t expect anyone else to” states, Angel L. Brown.

Back in December Angel attended a birthday party at Secret Lounge and had a blast! She enjoyed the music, the atmosphere and the excellent hospitality the promoter and his crew shown. Although Secret Lounge had prominently males in attendance, there was a nice group of ladies there as well. “Everyone was dancing to the music and having a wonderful time. The club is open to all LGBT and LGBT friendly people and had a great time and would attend any of Ron’s parties” states Angel L. Brown. Angel was introduced to Promoter Ron by Recording Artist, Jesse O. Jesse O will be in attending singing his version of “Happy B-day” to Angel.

The QBC Fundraiser is happening Friday, February 19 at Secret Lounge 525 West 29th Street (Btwn 10th & 11th Ave.) Doors open at 9:30 PM the exclusives festivities including musical performances starts at 10:15 PM. $5 before 12 AM but you must be on QBC guest list. RSVP via facebook or e-mail name at queerblackcinema@yahoo.com Subject: Party with a Cause!

ABOUT QUEER BLACK CINEMA
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Queer Black Cinema International Film Festival is a progressive socially conscious film festival that will bring you the best Black LGBTQ theme films from around the world. The four-day festival consists of not only groundbreaking films but also panel discussions with industry professionals and community leaders followed including a Black LGBTQ Film & Book Market.

QBC Int’l Film Festival is an entity of Queer Black Cinema, New York’s first and only Black LGBTQ monthly micro-cinema. Since the 2006 launch of the film series, the organization has expanded into several projects: QBC College Film Tour, Just|BE Black Gay Erotica 72 hour Poetry & Film Competition on HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness and Fades Of Black Women Film Showcase, honoring Black Lesbians Women. For more info on the project including volunteering, log on to: qbcfilmseries@yahoogroups.com | http://www.queerblackcinema.org

DO YOU WANT YOUR QBC ? Donate NOW!
http://queerblackcinema.ning.com/page/donate-1

HAPPY NEW YEAR From The QBC CREW!!

January 1, 2009
THE QBC CREW

WISHES YOU ALL A


HAPPY NEW YEAR!


THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN 2008 !IF YOU  STILL WANT YOUR QBC

DONATE NOW

LET’S MAKE 2009 AN UNFORGETTABLE YEAR!
Support the I WANT MY QBC! Campaign

Want more news? Go to INSIDE THE Q!

QBC have a secret! Wanna know?
Become a member of QBC yahoogroup

qbcfilmseries-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
to find out  :o)

Come celebrate QBC 3rd year and
welcome the  44th President of the United States- Barack Obama
Lastly, don’t forget to submit your videos to the

YES WE DID! or did we ?? Film/Video/Art Exhibition
The Most Historical Presidential Election Campaign 2008
Through the Eyes of LGBTQ/Straight People of Color!

Click here for more info.Much Love in the ’09

Peace, Angel B/Executive Director/Curator

CALL FOR ENTRIES – YES WE DID! or did we?? Exhibition

December 24, 2008

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Great news from the Executive Producer/Programmer of Queer Black Cinema

“Finally, I manage to finish the flier and submission form after about two months of getting this project together. I welcome you all to please spread the word and e-mail all of your family and friends. Post away so we can make this an awesome event! For more info e-mail info@queerblackcinema.org OR http://www.queerblackcinema.org/submissions.htm”

Seasons Greetings!

Angel L. Brown

OK people, now is your chance to submit video’s about your election experience. Send your pictures including camera phone photo’s, video blogs, short docs, paintings, spoken word, original music and anything else relating to your election to inauguration experience.  We want to view your experience through your eyes. Can’t wait to see them. SO bring the submissions on! Be sure to go to www.queerblackcinema.org/submissions.htm Have any questions? E-mail us at info@queerblackcinema.org. Subject: Yes We Did!

Happy Holidays!

The QBC Team!