Welcome to The Game Changers Project

We tell our own stories and help others tell theirs

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The Game Changers Project (GCP) is looking for a highly motivated Media Intern for its Film Fellowship Program.

What is the Game Changers Project? According to Ebony Magazine, “this national film initiative shines a positive light on black men by producing short films for prominent news web sites and film forums. It plays a part in training a next generation of filmmakers.”

The Game Changers Project has been featured on WQED, NPR, and covered in several print and online news outlets for its work to produce short films on behalf of non-profit organizations.

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Call For Applications

The Gamechangers Project is now accepting applicaitons for the class of 2014!

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Game Changers Project featured on Huffington Post Live

While most media outlets focus on the box office success of mainstream black filmmakers, a growing number of independent black filmmakers continue to produce critically celebrated films. Will studio executives—and audiences—finally take notice? Segment features interviews with Byron Hurt, Cheo Tyehimba Taylor, and Stacey Muhammad

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Though the campaign is closed over at indiegogo, it's not too late to give us your support!

In response to several inquiries and ongoing interest in the project we've set up the means to accept direct donations. Please use the PayPal button above, and thanks in advance for backing the Game Changers Project.

William Generett, Jr: Urban Innovator

By Gregory Scott Williams, Jr.
November 2013

We beat our drums and dance to them. Your beat is methodical; My rhythm is fluid; We connect to our cores. Our dances, though different, are proof that our drums lead us to the same place. I am interested in telling ethnically specific stories with universally resonating themes. Whether my subject is Muslim women, an African American lesbian or black men, I am working from the premise that we are not simply what others see: we are all that we can grasp and hold together; and, if we look closely, we will see that we are grasping at the same things.