As storytellers, we believe the words that we say create the world in which we live in; we believe that our words have the power to transform who we are as human beings, and our environment. Thus, we communicate using colorful words of courage, compassion and authenticity; delivered on the third largest LED screen on the east coast of the United States. Share your story at the SAY IT LOUD Film Festival.
Films are selected based on their ability to move, touch and inspire viewers. The subject matter of the films will include, and not be limited to: the Baltimore Uprising, the black male experience, the police officer experience, women’s rights, Native-American history, the immigrant experience and immigration policy, Cuban Marielitos, LGTBQ community, persecution of Jews, the Nation of Islam, organized religion, political prisoners, mental illness, corruption, overpopulation, pro-life, pro-choice, education, meditation, sanitation, climate, eating disorders, addiction, impoverished communities, natural disasters, the homeless, people with disabilities, animals, and Mother Earth.
Have you ever remained silent? This is your platform to have a say in the matter.
WHO: The Say It Loud Film Festival
WHAT: Since the spread of COVID-19 has cancelled/postponed a number of events, including ARTSCAPE, this year we will host our film selections online.
WHEN: October, 10th 2020 from 7pm – 9pm.
WHERE: Join us on Facebook LIVE! and IGTV.
WHY: Our mission is to transform the narrative of pop culture.
HOW: Click here to submit your films.
Here is a recap our festival at ARTSCAPE!
Below are five of our recent Official Selections:
Ethereal by Akeem Jackson and Kyle Yearwood
You Are Not Machines by Matt Carlson
The Longest Walk of Their Life by Barna Szasz
Save the Earth by Ruslan Bokach
I Like Adoption by Brad Formsma
This Say It Loud Film Festival poster was created by Will Shanklin:
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