THE BLACK HOLLYWOOD EDUCATION AND RESOURCE CENTER 

Presents

REEL BLACK MEN SHORT FILM SHOWCASE

Showcasing the artistry of emerging African-American male filmmakers September 8, 2007

 

When:            Saturday, September 8, 2007

                         7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

                        (Reception and discussion to follow film screenings)

 

What:             Reel Black Men - This screening and dialog is an opportunity for emerging African American male filmmakers to showcase their skills, talent and vision through film screenings, while giving the audience a chance to view and discuss the artistry, passion and sacrifice involved in the independent filmmaking process

 

Where:           Raleigh Studios ~ Chaplin Theater

                        5300 Melrose Avenue

                        (Across from Paramount Studios - Melrose & Van Ness)

                        Los Angeles, California

 

Price:             Admission $10.00 ~ Parking $5.00

 

Who:              The Black Education and Resource Center was formed in 1996 as a non-profit organization designed to advocate, educate, research, develop and preserve the history, as well as the future of Blacks in film and television. The BHERC produces, organizes and funds diverse cultural art, film and theater projects in order to capitalize on our rich foundation established in Hollywood. We not only promote more African Americans as artists, but also have begun a "New Era" in the documentation of African American images.

RSVP:            For more information about BHERC's "Reel Black Men Short Film Showcase" and other BHERC programs, call Ralph Scott / Program Director (323) 957-4747; BHERC at 1875 Century Park East, 6th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067-2199.

FILMMAKERS:  NAMES  TO BE ANNOUNCED

 
   
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