by Al Hoff
The Game Changers Project is a national fellowship for emerging black filmmakers to create short films about black men who are "game changers" in their communities. This weekend provides two opportunities to see some Game Changers films, as well as meet up with participants and take part in discussions.
The Game Changers Film Forum takes places Fri., March 21, at the Alloy Studios, in Friendship (5530 Penn Ave.). There will be a screening of "Indivisible Man," a collection of short documentary films including those made by Pittsburghers; a panel discussion; a youth media workshop with OneHood Media Academy; and a reception with Game Changers filmmakers. The workshop is at 5 p.m.; screening 6 p.m., and the reception is 8:30 p.m. The event is free, and registration is encouraged here.
"Indivisible Man" also screens at 2 p.m., on Sat., March 22, at the Carnegie Library Main Branch, in Oakland (4400 Forbes Ave.). The event is free.