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African-American Film Marketplace and Short Film Showcase

The Black Hollywood Education & Resource Center presents The 14th Annual African-American Film Marketplace and S.E. Manly Short Film Showcase

October 18 – October 21, 2007
Thursday October 18th 7:30 p.m.
Paramount Studios
5555 Melrose
Hollywood A Great Day In Black Hollywood ~ Honoring Black Women Directors
hosted by Julie Dash Daughters of the Dust and William Allen Young honoring:
Neema Barnette, Charlie Jordan Brookins, Mattie Caruthers, Janice Cooke,
Julie Dash, Erma Elzy-Jones, Shirley Jo Finney, LisaGaye Hamilton, Fay Hauser-Price, Helaine Head, Dianne Houston, Chip Hurd, Kasi Lemmons, Carol Mayes,
Terri L. McCoy, Euzhan Palcy, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Millicent Shelton, and
Dianah Roneyah Wynter. A jazz reception with follow.
Tickets $100
October 19th
7:30 p.m.
Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose
Meet the 2007 FILMMAKERS & 2007 HONOREES
Tickets $50
 Louis Gossett, Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award;
 Julie Dash Ivan Dixon Award of Achievement,
 Vida Spears & Sara Finney-Johnson Awards of Excellence
 LaWanda Hawkins Community Service Award
Saturday & Sunday, October 20-21, 2007
10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. at Raleigh Studios
BHERC will screen Short Films, Q&A with Filmmakers,
Workshop Panels Professionals, Networking and vendors.
Tickets $10
Oct. 20th
10 to 10
Raleigh Studios Seminars Include: Building A Career in Film & Television:

 Disney/ABC Writing Fellows - Past and present Writing Fellows will discuss the steps and training process to enter feature film and television writing.

 Young Filmmakers Workshop (Free Workshop)

 Mastering Your Career (Richard Lawson) - You are the master of your career. Take charge; know the profession as if you were a doctor. Have the tools to run a Fortune 500 Company – YOU! Discover the difference between auditioning and booking the job. This class empowers the actor to appreciate and understand their "product", and deliver it with a sense of passion, imagination, and most of all, craft.

 Mastering The Audition (John Marshall Jones) - Secrets of Surviving in Today's Hollywood," a comprehensive preparation course for the aspiring actor; techniques and negotiating through the maze. Check out

 Actors Certified Training (Tim Lampros, author of Hollywood Quagmire: How to Stop the Waste, Save 3.6 Billion Dollars a Year and Avoid an Actors Strike in 2008!)

 Marketing Your Film
 Panelist: Arian Reed (Arian Reed PR); Sonja Ede (Paramount); Neema Barnette (Director)

 Sisters on the Set I
 Panelist : Julie Dash (Daughters of the Dust & Rosa Parks); Gina Prince Blythewood (Love & Basketball); Euzhan Palcy (Dry White Season & Killing Yard), and Kasi Lemmons (Talk to Me)

 Sisters on the Set II:
 Panelist: Janice Cooke, Helaine Head and Dianah Wynter

 The Skinny on Short Films

 Shooting a good short film is the first step to shooting a feature film. Learn the most common mistakes filmmakers make and how to avoid them. Make a short that actually gets accepted into festivals; don't waste time, money or energy -- create a tight script...learn to strategize.
 Invited Panelist: Adetoro Makinde (Actor/Writer/Producer Director); Roberta Munroe (Former Sundance Programmer /Short Film Consultant) Michael Cory Davis (Actor/Director); and Eddie Steeples (Actor/Producer)

~ Workshops are only $10.00 per session ~

Oct. 21st
10 am to 10 pm
Raleigh Studios

Meet the Filmmakers
Films Short Films by Emerging African American Filmmakers:
1. 50 BUCKS IN ARGENTINA by Esosa Edosomwan
2. A FAT GIRL'S GUIDE TO YOGA by Tajamika Paxton
3. A NICK IN TIME (12 Min.) by Be' Garrett
4. A PERFECT CHAOS (22 Min.) by Anitra Evans
5. A RIOT IN THE DARK (10 Min.) by Mike Brown
6. A TIGHT SPOT (16 Min.) by Ray Muhammad
7. A-ALIKE (29 Min.) by Randall Dottin
8. AKIRA'S HIP HOP SHOP (37 Min.) by Joe Doughrity
9. RHYME ANIMAL (22 Min.) by Phil Roc
10. A PRIDE OF WARRIORS (20 Min.) by John Demps
11. BREAKTHROUGH (18 Min.) by Celia Peters
12. BUSHWICK HOMECOMINGS (37 min.) by Stephanie Joshua
13. CAROLINE (7 min.) by Derrick Cameron
14. CONSCIOUSNESS (7 Min.) by Addison Bhuyan
15. DADDY HUNGER (37 Min.) by Ray Upchurch
16. DeWHYTE HOUSE (13 Min.) by Malcolm Garvey
17. DESIRE’S SURPRISE (15 Min.) by Bryan Willis
18. DRAWING ANGEL (19 Min.) by Rosalyn Coleman-Williams
19. ELI'S LIQUOR STORE by Alonzo Jones
20. FIFTY FOR WOMEN AINT WHAT IT USED TO BE (26 Min.) by Raza Burgee
21. FIRST (26 Min.) by D.B. Woodside
22. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, PUNK! (24 Min.) by Michael Ajakwe, Jr.
23. HOMELESS DESTINY (13 Min.) by Kathryn Taylor
24. HONEY (21 Min.) by Dennis Dortch
25. I LOVE HIP HOP IN MOROCCO (80 Min.) by Jennifer Needleman
26. IN CONFLICT WITH KISMET (13 Min.) by Dani Dixon
27. IN DISBELIEF (18 Min.) by Natasha Gray
28. JUDI (6 Min.) by Numa Perrier
29. K(NO)W DE:TALES (19 Min.) by Ka'ramuu Kush
30. KUJO MY LOVE (15 Min.) by Stacy Pyles
31. LARK & CHER (20 Min.) by Miles Maker
32. LIL RED IN DA HOOD by Joie Botkin
33. LOW (28 min.) by Phillip-Anthony Traylor
34. MAN II MAN (20 Min.) by Eddie Smith
35. MY SUICIDE (14 Min.) by Lakesha Taylor
36. PARIAH (28 Min.) by Dee Rees
37. PATH ALTERED (25 Mins.) by Ali Jackson
38. POET OF THE SWINGIN' BLADE (24 Min.) by James Hurd Jr.
39. POP FOUL (20 Min.) by Moon Molson
40. POSITIVE ATTITUDE (8 Min.) by Deborah Marcano
41. PRESCRIPTION FOR TIME (15 min.) by Keith McQuirter
42. RITCH (5 Min.) by Sharon Lewis
43. RUSH (10 Min.) by Japheth Lewis
44. SOAP AND ROSES (33 Min.) by Rae Shaw
45. SPIN (30 min.) by Camille Tucker
46. STEEP (7 Min.) by Adetoro Makinde
47. SVETLANA'S JOURNEY by Michael Cory Davis
48. THE FORGOTTEN WEST (15 Min.) by Vincent Singleton
49. THE GIFT a.d. (11 Min.) by Blu Fox
50. THE LOCK DOWN CLUB (29 Min.) by Layla Mashavu Sewell
51. THE MEETING (24 Min.) by Jeremiah Jahi
52. THE SOULS OF BLACK GIRLS (45 Mins.) by Daphne Valerius
53. THE SUBSTITUTE FOR LOVE (12 Min.) by Denise Sealy
54. THE THIRD SUMMER (55 Min.) by Norris Young
55. THE TIES THAT BIND (24 Min.) by Angela Gibbs
56. TRUE GRITS (15 Min.) by Tonya Pinkins, Shawn Carter Peterson, & Blaine Teamer
57. UNFINISHED (19 Min.) by Arun Vir
58. WEEKENDS IN BROOKLYN (21 Min.) by David Canady
59. YESTERDAY'S TODAY (15 Min.) by Falena Hand
60. YOU (30 Min.) directed by Roderick Rosby and written by Charles Kenneth Maye

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