NC Black Film Festival Screenings
March 25, 2011
Screen Gems Studios
1223 North 23rd Street
Wilmington, NC 28405
The NC Black Film Festival at Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington NC begins at 6pm with Short Blocks and includes a local feature at 8pm.
Punch Me, directed by Robert X. Golphin, is about a young man who must accept his true identity before he loses the two people he loves the most (14 minutes). Snipped, a comedy about a man getting a vasectomy, is directed by Corey L. Branch (24 minutes). Directed by Rosalyn Coleman Williams, Moth to a Flame is about a man who gets what he wants. Will his ex-wife give it to him (19 minutes). By the same director, BFF has a bride-to-be alarmed when she spots someone she knows in the front row (20 minutes). Working Class is directed by Gary C. Hughes and has a family struggling with losing what matters most (23 minutes). Directed by Kwesi Davis, Take Too Long features challenges in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. In Wolf Call director Rob Underhill interviews the two men acquitted of the murder of Emmett Till.
Welcome to Port City is an hour-long look at Wilmington's black community, through the eyes of that community. Directed by Nakia Hamilton.
Phone: (910) 520-0775