NBPC Artists-in-Residence at NALIP Summit, Flaherty Seminar

The BlackFemaleProject and Founder Precious J. Stroud were mentioned in the National Black Programing Consortium (NBPC) June newsletter. Here's what they had to say.

Congrats to NBPC's talented artists-in-residence, Precious Stroud and Melissa Haizlip, for their recent participation in two prominent workshops for content creators! 

This weekend, Precious -- creator of the Black Female Project -- took part as an NBPC scholar at the annual Media Summit of the National Association for Latino Independent Producers (NALIP). The summit celebrates Latino creatives and challenges its participants to redefine the future of storytelling.

Melissa -- producer of Mr. SOUL! and You're Dead to Me -- is attending the weeklong Flaherty Seminar as a 2016 fellow. The seminar brings together selected film professionals, scholars and enthusiasts to celebrate the power and explore the potential of the moving image.