Erin Christovale is a curator based in Los Angeles focusing on film/video within the African Diaspora. She graduated with a B.A. from the USC School of Cinematic Arts and is the curator at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery.
Amir George is a motion picture artist and film programmer born and bred in Chicago. Amir creates work for the cinema, installation, and live performance. His motion picture work and curated programs have been screened in festivals and galleries nationally and internationally. Amir is the founder of Cinema Culture, a grassroots film programming organization. He is currently manifesting his latest short film Decadent Asylum.
Jheanelle Brown is a film curator, producer, and arts educator based in Los Angeles. Her curatorial practice is committed to honoring, expanding, and empowering Blackness in visual and filmic media. Her specific interests are oriented around experimental and non-fiction film and video, the relationship between musicality and cinema, and political film and media. She is a graduate of USC’s Cinema & Media Studies MA program.
Darol Olu Kae is a filmmaker, film curator and doctoral student from and based in Los Angeles. He currently attends USC’s Cinema & Media Studies PhD program where his research explores Black visual and expressive culture in relation to the institutionalization of film education and training in the American university system and beyond. His artistic, academic and curatorial interests merge together around the complexities and possibilities of a Black film aesthetic.