Warrington Hudlin

Warrington Hudlin is a veteran producer of motion pictures, television, and online media. His work challenges the false dichotomy between social concerns and popular entertainment. Best known as the producer of the landmark African American films, HOUSE PARTY, BOOMERANG, and BEBE KIDS, and television specials, COSMIC SLOP and UNSTOPPABLE, Hudlin has built online communities and online media to utilize the disruptive power of the Internet to level the playing field for creative freedom.

Hudlin is the Vice Chairman of the board of trustees of the Museum of the Moving Image and one of the Museum’s film curators. As the founding president of BFF (aka the Black Filmmaker Foundation), Hudlin has been a pioneering community organizer in the black film movement for over three decades.