Sistas are Doin' it for Themselves - Program

Saturday, March 27th, 2004
Doors open - 10am - 2pm
Admission - Free
Raleigh Studios - 650 Bronson Ave - Los Angeles, California
(Melrose Ave. across from Paramount Studios)
Chaplin Screening Room
RSVP - 323/957-4747 (seating is limited)


Andi Chapman – Director/Co-Writer
Memorial Street paved the road from concept to completion under the auspices of The AFI Directing Workshop for Women, with the generous support of Universal Studios. Before taking a single step behind the camera, Andi had worked for several years as a professional Theater Director. Because of her great love for music, Andi”s Producer credits includes the soon to be released concert film DVD of Grammy award winning Jazz Singer Dianne Reeves. Andi, is a proud graduate of New York's
High School for the Performing Arts, holds a B.F.A. from City College of New York's Davis Center for the Performing Arts and an M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama.

Memorial Street was inspired by a real life story of a young man who lost his mother to a
drug induced coma. Memorial Street explores his healing process as he seeks to come to terms with their relationship.


Dahéli Hall - Writer/Director
Graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Drama, and received a MFA from the University of Southern California, in Producing for Film and Television. Dahéli is an actress & stand-up comic and has worked theatrically in both NY and LA.  Her work experience also spans several areas of the film industry from publicity to development. Currently, she performs in LA where she currently resides.

A memo that starts a revolution AND the one guy who doesn't get THE MEMO...hilarity &
profundity ensues…

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.



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