Black Women in Medicine will be screening as part of this year's BronzeLens Film Festival.
The BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta, Georgia is a non-profit organization, founded in 2009, that is dedicated to bringing national and worldwide attention to Atlanta as a center for film and film production for people of color.
In fact, the mission of the BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta, Georgia is two fold: to promote Atlanta as the new film mecca for people of color; and to showcase films and provide networking opportunities that will develop the next generation of filmmakers.
Every fall, film lovers, actors, and film makers gather in culture-and-heritage-rich Atlanta, Georgia to share a creative platform of education, entertainment and empowerment discussions related to film, as well as television, and the production of both. The BronzeLens Film Festival will feature screenings in multiple venues, as well as informative panels, and enlightening Master Classes led by top names in film, direction, and production.
Black Women in Medicine will be screening.
The Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival (GCUFF) showcases regional, national and international urban culture and provides a platform for talented minority independent filmmakers, screenwriters and actors of greater Cleveland. GCUFF was established in 2012 and is dedicated to increasing awareness and dialog around important issues and stories from within our community, while offering educational opportunities to encourage and inspire students and individuals interested in pursuing a career in the film industry. We offer film screenings, panel discussions, workshops and community engagement opportunities. GCUFF is for you. GCUFF is for everyone!
The Black Women in STEM Conference is the only national Leadership and Innovations conference that addresses the complexity of being Black, and female working in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics industry. This conference focuses on supporting Black women entering the world of STEM, and is a road map for existing trailblazers to enhance their professional development, and leadership skills. This year's highlights will zero in on the Black women who are the biggest disruptors and innovators in STEM.