38 episodes

Learn the ins and outs of TV and film production from the worlds top black content creators. Episodes are released every Monday.

Black Film Space is a non profit organization dedicated to enhancing the careers of black filmmakers.

The Black Film Space Podcast Black Film Space

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0, 18 Ratings

Learn the ins and outs of TV and film production from the worlds top black content creators. Episodes are released every Monday.

Black Film Space is a non profit organization dedicated to enhancing the careers of black filmmakers.

    Para Shardé (On Make Up Artistry)

    Para Shardé (On Make Up Artistry)

    We interview Para Shardé, an Atlanta based make up artist.

    Para has worked on Boomerang, Greenleaf, and Nobody’s Fool.

    We talk with Para about her come up, her work flow process, hiring make up artists and much more.



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    • 57 min
    Dawn Gilliam (On Script Supervising)

    Dawn Gilliam (On Script Supervising)

    We interview Dawn Gilliam, a script supervisor and teacher.

    Dawn has worked on the latest Star Wars trilogy, Black Panther, Boyz in Hood, and many more of your favorite films and TV shows.

    We talk with Dawn about her work flow process, working with new directors, her online course entitled 'The Art of Continuity' and much more.


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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Jen Farris (On Location Scouting)

    Jen Farris (On Location Scouting)

    We interview Jen Farris, an Atlanta based location scout.

    Jen has worked on American Soul, Being Mary Jane, and What Men Want and recently she became a Location Managers Guild board member.

    We talk with Jen about her work flow process, taking photos while scouting, and building relationships with the location homeowners.

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    • 56 min
    Rachel Moseley-Wood (On 1950's Caribbean Cinema)

    Rachel Moseley-Wood (On 1950's Caribbean Cinema)

    We interview Rachel Moseley-Wood, a lecturer in Film Studies and Literature at the University of West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.

    Rachel published the book 'Show Us as We Are: Place, Nation & Identity in Jamaican Film' and more recently she has been researching  colonial film in the British West Indies and charting the film culture of the 1950s.

    We talk to Rachel about the significance of cinema in the 1950's Caribbean in regards to nation formation,  the origins of the Jamaican Film Unit,  how films were distributed and much more.



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    • 57 min
    Darious Britt (On Guerilla Filmmaking)

    Darious Britt (On Guerilla Filmmaking)

    We interview Darious Britt, a director, screenwriter, actor and consultant.

    Darious’ YouTube Channel, D 4 Darious, which focuses on tips, skill development, and DIY Filmmaking has amassed 394,000 subscribers. He also wrote and directed a feature film entitled ‘Unsound’ which he won best Director at the Pan African Film Festival in 2015.

    We talk with Darious about the importance of skill development, the first camera and lense you should purchase, making films without crew members and much more.

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    • 1 hr 26 min
    Naima Ramos-Chapman (On experimental filmmaking)

    Naima Ramos-Chapman (On experimental filmmaking)

    We interview Naima Ramos-Chapman, a screenwriter, director and actress.

    Naima has written, directed, and acted in episodes of 'Random Acts of Flyness' and has written on episodes of 'Betty'.

    We talk with Naima about subtext in filmmaking, what it was like working on 'Random Acts of Flyness', creating socially conscious work and much more.



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    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

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Awesome podcast guys! Thank you!

worldoutsidemywindow ,

Great show ✊🏽

Love the show love the blackness! ✊🏽 helps me be a better filmmaker, writer, leader, producer..

Filmmaker Dean ,

Two Thumbs up for Character Development Talk

Currently working on story bibles and scripts to shop and this was very informative and necessary conversation for someone like me to hear. Your guest is so right, after you really do a character development like how old, sex, background story, goal, weakness, you can put that character in any story or film and know exactly how they gonna react. Because of that I do character development for all my characters now before I write, learning how to do story bibles helps me a lot with this. Soon as I saw you promote this podcast on IG I had to hear it, I had to subscribe. @Itsbeen2long on IG Filmmaker Dean

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