The Hollywood Black Film festival, taking place March 25-30, 2003 in Los Angeles, is now accepting entries through September 30th. Films must have been completed since September 2000 and one of the film¹s principles (director, writer or producer) must be Black or of African heritage. The early-bird deadline for film and screenplay submissions is August 31, 2002, the final deadline is September 30, 2002. The festival will feature narrative and documentary features, short and student films, music videos and animation in its competitive program. HBFF also presents a separate Storyteller Competition for screenwriters.
“The goal of the festival is to provide a dynamic forum to showcase the work of Black filmmakers,” says Tanya Kersey-Henley, Founder & Festival Director. “HBFF 2003 will bring the work of accomplished and aspiring Black filmmakers to an environment encompassing the mainstream Hollywood community and Southern California film-going audiences.”
Visit The Hollywood Black Film Festival website for more entry information.
Posted on August 6, 2002 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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