Entries by Nnena Nchege

Screening 2/28 – ZARAFA

  ZARAFA Saturday, February 24, 2018 1pm Auburn Avenue Research Library Synopsis:  In collaboration with DiasporaU and The BronzeLens Film Festival, The Auburn Avenue Research Library will host a community film screening of the family film, Zarafa. Inspired by a historical giraffe known today as Zarafa, this film tells the story of the everlasting friendship between

Screening 9/25 – TEACH US ALL

Join us for the screening of Teach Us All on Monday, September 25, 7p at the Rockefeller Fine Arts Building, Baldwin Burroughs Theatre at Spelman College RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKET HERE TEACH US ALL | Synopsis Through case studies in Little Rock, New York City and Los Angeles, TEACH US ALL examines one of the

2017 BronzeLens Award Winners

Best Short Burning Angel Dust, (USA) directed by Jackie J. Stone won for Best Short film. Synopsis: A Nigerian immigrant struggles to adapt to American life while preserving cultural customs for her westernized children. Mimi’s 10-year-old daughter Violet is excited about her coming of age celebration, but it turns out to be far more life-altering

Brunch with The Brothers!

Back by popular demand, BronzeLens presents Brunch with the Brothers at the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel on Sunday, August 26, 2017. The morning features an insightful and revealing conversation between legendary stage and screen actors E. Roger Mitchell (‘The Quad’), and Omar Dorsey (‘Queen Sugar’). Their paths to success have not been without challenges, some


AIDS Healthcare Foundation in partnership with the Center for Civil and Human Rights, Black Women’s Health Imperative, Spelman College Women’s Research and Resource Center, Afrekete and BronzeLens Film Festival present, WILHEMINA’S WAR Nearly half of Americans with HIV live in the South.  A Southern grandmother struggles to help her loved ones through the scourge of HIV –


Filmmakers, we look forward to receiving your submission for 2016 BronzeLens Film Festival. We are already on a record pace to exceed submissions of previous years.BronzeLens seeks to showcase films by seasoned as well as the “next generation” of filmmakers that are by, for and/or depicting people of color, particularly of the African Diaspora. Top honors