Black Film Market

BHER  film fest

Sandra Evers-Manly is the president of the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center.

The African American Hair and Make-Up artists were saluted and honored  at the 18th Annual African American Film Marketplace and the SE Manly Short Film Showcase. The awards even took place at the Center Stage Studios and the film festvial was at the Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles.

Honors for achievement in Hair in film and television went to:
Julia L. Walker
Kenneth Walker
Erma Kent
JoAnn Stafford-Chaney
Pauletta Lewis-Irwin
Kimberly Kimble

Honors for achievement in Make-Up in film and television went to:
Marietta Carter-Narcisse
Stephanie Cozart Burton
Lalette Littlejohn
Geneva Morgan
Stacye P. Branche
Wynnona Price-Gattin
Joanetta Stowers
Phyllis Williams

Acclaimed actress Hattie Winston received the Lifetime Achievement Award

Delicious food was catered by Gwen's

Note: There were many good films screened at the festival. Some of the films that stood out at the festival was Underground by Akil DuPont, Swimmin Lesson by Shahari Moore, Plenty of Fish by Georgia D. Lee.
Prepping Keisha by Kenyetta R. Smith, Burned by Phyllis Toben Bancroft, Close Call by Reuben Johnson, and Big P by Kristina Thomas. 

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