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Black Girls


Feature Documentary

  • Open captions in-person Open Captions



There are films that expand our emotional capacity and then there are some that move us from bystanders toward action. Black Girls aims to do both. Never Whisper Justice’s sophomore film arrives as a visual anthology on the expansiveness of Black womanhood and how the corners of intersectionality can bring us all closer to the edge of a new beginning.

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Directors Spotlight

B. Monét


Black Girls was directed by award-winning filmmaker B. Monét, who notably directed the award-winning short film Q.U.E.E.N., which has been screened at over a dozen festivals, including the Cannes Short Film Corner. She has worked with several high-profile personalities such as Reese Witherspoon, Janet Jackson, Rosario Dawson, Chika, Rapsody, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke and Shangela; in addition to brands such as Crate and Barrel, Estee Lauder, Uber, OkayAfrica, OkayPlayer and Hyundai. Her recent accomplishments include being chosen as one of the winners for the Queen Collective, in partnership with Queen Latifah, Tribeca, and P&G. She is currently reimagining a short film version of A Star Is Born with Warner Brothers for their 100th Anniversary.

  • Runtime 76 minutes
  • Country United States
  • Language English
  • Director B. Monét
  • Editor Sabrina Schmidt Gordon
  • Music Never Whisper Justice
  • Production Design Noël Rohayem
  • Premiere East Coast

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