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Coffee Break Film School

Branded as a "short and sweet overview of every part of the filmmaking process," Coffee Break Film School offers a fun and free way to expand on basic filmmaking skillset. With 6 units and more than 10 videos per unit, the curriculum covers a lot of ground. However, as the name Coffee Break implies, each video's brevity allows for digestible browsing. Plus, most videos are flagged by difficulty...

https://moviola.com/cbfs/unit-1/
Black Girl Film Club

Filmmakers and moviegoers alike will want to tune in to Black Girl Film Club, a podcast co-hosted by Ashley (an art director) and Britney (a writer) that explores "movies and the film industry from their unique, and often underrepresented, point of view." While episodes do air on the long side (averaging around two hours), they are packed full of exciting content. Each episode includes an in-depth...

https://blackgirlfilmclub.tumblr.com/
New York Film Academy: Student Resources

Although primarily intended for New York Film Academy (NYFA) students, this website from NYFA contains a ton of valuable material for anyone interested in filmmaking. The short videos are arranged into four main categories: How-To's, Industry Trends, Q&A, and Featured Directors. There is also a query box and a list of topic tags to further refine searches. Resources delve into relevant...

https://www.nyfa.edu/student-resources/filmmaking/
Filmsourcing

Filmsourcing, a resource hub designed by and for filmmakers, is driven by a simple premise: "Amazing things should be easier to find." Sharing articles, tutorials, templates, and many more resources of interest, the website is reminiscent of a giant Google Drive for the filmmaking community. The impact of the innovative site has been applauded by major media outlets, including Indiewire and Mic....

https://www.filmsourcing.com/
James B. Duke Memorial Library: Archives

Historically black colleges and universities have a strong sense of identity and their institutional history, and the James B. Duke Memorial Library serves as a repository of key items related to the growth and development of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Over the past several years, the library has worked to place some of these items online in their "Archive" area....

https://library.jcsu.edu/archives/