Black Cincinnati Cinema Collective, otherwise known as B3C, was created in 2017 out of a need for black filmmakers to come together to create a stronger community in the city of Cincinnati. Within this collective, we’ve helped one another with several projects, developed working relationships, and formed life-long friendships.
Multiple Emmy-winning Director, AlphonZo Wesson, and multi-media specialist Vernard Fields joined forces to hold the very first meeting. Alicia Redmond attended that meeting and became an integral part of the Team.
Our monthly meetings/classes called "B3C Connects" are purposed to ignite, inspire, reach, teach, and connect the black filmmaking community. We believe it's imperative that we add our voices to the narrative of black storytelling.
Our classes are taught by those in the Film and Television industry with hands-on learning. We also conduct informative and entertaining interviews with movers and shakers in the industry.
Black Cincinnati Cinema Collective is excited to be a part of the renaissance of black filmmaking in Cincinnati