Search

Open Dialogues: Black Voices | Black Stories selected for Special screening at FLOW Film Festival

Updated: May 24


The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood’s new documentary short film Open Dialogues: Black Voices | Black Stories will be screened as part of the Florida Film Leaders program at the weeklong FLOW Film Festival being held May 22-29 at Cinema Paradiso, 2008 Hollywood Blvd., in downtown Hollywood.


Screening time for Black Voices | Black Stories is 7:15 p.m. on Thursday, May 26 as part of evening program of eight films that begins at 5 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased in advance at flowffmtickets.com/live-tickets.


Directed, photographed, and edited by award-winning filmmaker Freddy Rodriguez, Black Voices | Black Stories focuses on what social justice looks and feels like for Black Americans, as told through the narratives and performances of eight community leaders in Broward County. The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood’s Executive Director Joy Satterlee is Executive Producer for the film.


FLOW Film Festival & Market was founded by Hollywood film industry veteran Kimberly Douglas and Australian local film leader Tiffany Porter to confront discrimination and barriers that women face in the film industry. FLOW promotes women in the film industry in

​non-traditional senior and leadership roles, and the films that employ them. The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood’s new documentary short film Open Dialogues: Black Voices | Black Stories will be screened as part of the Florida Film Leaders program at the weeklong FLOW Film Festival being held May 22-29 at Cinema Paradiso, 2008 Hollywood Blvd., in downtown Hollywood.


Open Dialogues: Black Voices | Black Stories is funded by an Art of Community grant from the Community Foundation of Broward. Support was provided by the following Funds at the Foundation: Helen and Frank Stoykov Charitable Endowment Fund, Ruth H. Brown Fund for the Arts, Dot and Keith Cobb Fund, and Mary and Alex Mackenzie Community Impact Fund.