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Filmmaking and family
On the industry-impacting podcast, Lights, Camera, Rolling... MOM!, RFC Founder, Akima A. Brown talks about her journey as a filmmaking mother and how those experiences informed the creation of Reel Families for Change. Listen here.

foundation awards funds to rfc
for bipoc accessibility program
RFC is awarded $20K by the Delaware Community Foundation for local BIPOC arts entrepreneur training. Read here.

anti-racist filmmaking Akima A. Brown, together with some of her region's most influential media managers, talk about the importance of anti-racist stratgu in media and why the burden can't fall solely on those with lived experiences of discrimination, marginalization, and exclusion. Watch here.

creating responsibly
Akima A. Brown sits with Blackbird House Founder and #FlynessFriday host, Brigid Coulter-Cheadle, to discuss arts-activism and what it means to her. Watch here.

in-house features

Our new BIPOC accelerator aims to equip artist-entrepreneurs with the skills, resources, and networks to thrive in today’s marketplace.

RFC’s new Spotlight Speaker Series aims to showcase those working toward making the future of film fair for all.

A look behind what inspired the flagship annual
event that would seed a shift toward lasting change.

How a “no-name” organization and a $MM corp beat back the “COVID she-cession” for filmmaking moms 

A look at why validating and legitimizing screen work is the first step toward improving worker conditions.

Diversifying the workforce means nothing if we don’t change power dynamics and workplace culture.