Black Public Media (BPM) will pay tribute to veteran filmmaker Sam Pollard at its PitchBLACK Awards on Thursday, April 25, 2024.
An incredible film about the revered community hub, the Black barbershop, comes to streaming on Monday, November 20, 2023.
Descended from the Promised Land: The Legacy of Black Wall Street, by Nailah Jefferson, begins streaming on Monday, October 16, 2023.
Harlem‘s Black Public Media (BPM) has selected three projects for a total of more than $160,000 in funding for vaccine equity works targeting vaccine hesitancy in Michigan and North Carolina.
The Harlem-based national media arts nonprofit Black Public Media (BPM) has received a $40,000 award from the National Endowment for the Arts’ Grants for Arts Projects program.
Black Public Media (BPM) will hold its sixth PitchBLACK Forum — the largest pitch competition for Black, independent filmmakers and creative technologists in the United States — on April 25 and 26, 2023.
From French director Nora Philippe, the documentary Restitution: Africa’s Fight for Its Art brings the story of the theft of thousands of pieces of African art by European nations.
The New York Community Trust (NYCT) has awarded $223,000 to Black Public Media (BPM) to help Black documentary filmmakers create films about climate change and environmental justice.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring to light many of the inequities of the modern world, the precipice upon which many independent artists often live has been thrown into sharp relief.
Carla LynDale Bishop has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the MIT & Black Public Media Fellowship, hosted by MIT Open Documentary Lab and sponsored by MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology.
Black Public Media (BPM) is now accepting applications for the 2021 cohort of its 360 Incubator+ programs.
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Black Public Media (BPM) hosts the second biennial National Black Media Story Summit from Tuesday, June 23 to Thursday, June 25, 2020.
Committed to the ongoing fight of speaking truth to power and amplifying voices of diversity across America for four decades, Black Public Media (BPM) is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
Harlem resident LaNora Williams-Clark, Esq., has been selected as one of the winning Fellows at this year’s PitchBLACK, an interactive pitching session held on Friday in New York City.
Black Public Media (BPM), the nation’s only nonprofit dedicated solely to media content about the black experience, has issued an open call to producers for nonfiction broadcast projects (individual programs or series pilots) and scripted or nonfiction digital web series.