It’s time to lock and load. Here at filmocracy we pride ourselves to spotlight the underdogs. Today we target independent short action films, filled with blood guns and fistacuffs.There’s only one rule; Narrative. Sorry stunt guys, no 5 min fight scenes showing off your kick-ass… Read More »Top 10 Action Packed Short Films
While the possibilites of virtual events have existed almost as long as the internet, festival planners and event organizers have failed to recognize the reason people attend events in the first place. The need for engaging audiences is greater than ever as in-person events fold… Read More »4 Reasons Why Virtual Festivals are Missing the Mark
Sometimes the core relationships in fantastic LGBTQ+ films aren’t romantic. Instead, these films revolve around the friendships that help get our characters through. Whether these friendships have romantic undertones or are completely platonic, they all boast meaningful connections that keep us coming back to these… Read More »Our Favorite Friendship Focused LGBTQ+ Films
Personally, I think that “Black film” has been homogenized just as Black people have been for years. Black people are not a monolith, and neither are Black films. All of them in their own way are trying to showcase the authenticity of Black people, but… Read More »What is Black film?
Being young is already a hard enough experience. The youth go through a complex array of emotions and changes that we still don’t understand. However, Black youth experience all of this in addition to all of the trials and tribulations that come with being Black.… Read More »Top 11 Films About Black Youth That You Should See
While there are so many incredible black voices currently bringing their perspective to the screen, there are also a vast number of pictures that laid the groundwork for African American cinema as we know it today. This list focuses on some lesser known works of… Read More »10 Essential Lesser Known Movies From African American Film History