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‘Charcoal’ tackles colorism

We live for movies and documentaries that tackle issued that women of color face.

Charcoal hones in on the destructive generational cycle of colorism, from the perspective of a child, a teenager, and a mother. The film follows the women as they seek self-acceptance and redemption.

 

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Charcoal has been screening at the 8th Annual Silicon Valley African Film Festival which started last week Friday and ends on October 11. It will be screening at the  Slum Film Festival in Kenya which runs October 1 – 27. Charcoal will also screen at The Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival where it won Best Narrative Short on October 21, and the Yonkers Film Festival from November 3-8.

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