However, in 2009, what exactly is a studio? Every aspect of the motion picture production & distribution industry can be hired or rented to produce or distribute a film or several films at whatever scale the client wants to work on (from a small art house type release - something several indie filmmakers have done with service deals - to releasing a movie on 3000 theaters using distribution services rented from other companies - as George Lucas does). So, maybe all anyone or any group of people who wants to behave as a "film studio" needs is the money to hire the services that they need in order to make & distribute films on the desired scale. And after that, or if it is somehow better to do it that way or if not enough movie theaters exist for their product, a company or organization could build new theaters, new distribution networks, etc.
So, the goal of creating a Black owned & operated studio in 2009 is not that difficult to do (provided you raise the money necessary to work on a Hollywood scale if that is what your goal is, otherwise you can work on a smaller scale - equal to the amount of money & other resources that can be gathered at present, & then build the business from there to the ultimate desired level).