Exploring the Black Experience in Austin
By Kaiti Evans, Austin Woman Magazine
Everyone sees the world through a unique lens, one that affects how we interpret the culture and people surrounding us. Multimedia journalist Charlotte Moore is on a mission to share her community’s lens with Austin.
Black Bodies Tells the Stories of What It Means to be Black in America
By The Texas Standard
Charlotte Moore has been a journalist for about twenty years. She’s been a reporter, television news writer and a multimedia producer. But her film, “Black Bodies” that will be featured in the upcoming Capital City Black Film Festival, is her debut as a documentary producer.
Black Student Alliance screens film exploring African-American identity
By Bre Westry, Hilltop Views, St. Edward’s University
St. Edward’s University’s Black Student Alliance hosted a screening of “Black Bodies,” a film by Moore Media last weekend. The film showcases the lives of 16 black people from the Austin area of varying ages, backgrounds, religions and skin tones in an attempt to learn what it means for them to exist in their black bodies.
Black Bodies Gives Austin’s Black Community A Voice
By Rosie Ninesling, Austin Monthly Magazine
Monday evening in September, I sit outside with Charlotte Moore at a beer garden in South Austin. The music in the background is quiet, which is what I hoped for, as I set up my voice recorder for our interview.