Black Film Space (BFS) for Black Filmmakers & Creatives

Black Film Space (BFS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the careers of Black filmmakers.

Their mission is to provide skill-enhancing opportunities, community building experiences and knowledge on navigating the film industry for people of African descent.

Black Film Space hosts events that include film screenings, panels, networking mixers, professional development workshops, skill sharing, and open forums.

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Restructure Your Feature Film in 2 Weeks with Spade Robinson

Join the Black Film Space and Spade Robinson (Director, Screenwriter) for a two-week course centered on restructuring your feature film script. Spade will go into detail on the best methods for creating a very detailed outline that will make your next rewrite seamless.

Session Dates:

  • Mondays, March 20 & 27
  • Tuesdays, March 21 & 28

Course Registration: $75 total, $64 for Black Film Space Members

Classes meet every week on Mondays and Tuesdays. Mondays will focus on lecture and theory, and Tuesdays will incorporate workshop elements by dissecting a member who agrees to volunteer their script.


  • All experience levels are welcome. It’s strongly encouraged you come in with a written project to make the most of this course.
  • You will not rewrite your script in this class. You will be working on a new outline for your script.
  • If you want to workshop your script during one of the Tuesday classes, email [email protected].
  • Lecture classes will be recorded and available for one month after the course ends.


Spade is an award-winning screenwriter and film director, with experience that spans feature film, documentary, television, commercial, and theater. She’s been commissioned to direct and produce commercial content for clients such as Time Warner and Sundance Institute.

Robinson was a Women’s Weekend Film Challenge Fellow, Sundance Episodic Lab and Film Independent Finalist, American Film DWW Finalist, and a Screencrafting Finalist.

She is the founder of Atlanta Film Project, a full-service consulting firm for storytellers in film and television, and was a consultant on FOX’s Writers Lab program.