Hollywood Black Film Festival 2017 (HBFF) - Directors Panel - Neema Barnette - FuTurXTV & HHBMedia

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The Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF), dubbed “The Black Sundance,” is an annual celebration of black ci...
The Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF), dubbed “The Black Sundance,” is an annual celebration of black cinema drawing together established and rising filmmakers, popular film and television stars, writers, industry executives, emerging artists and diverse audiences from Southern California and around the world. Attracting such stars and industry insiders as Academy Award® winners Sidney Poitier and Forest Whitaker, John Singleton, Tim Story, Malcolm Lee, Bill Duke, Devon Franklin, Cedric The Entertainer, George Tillman, Ice-T, Rev. Run (of Run DMC), Marcus Miller, Reuben Cannon, Anthony Anderson, Blair Underwood, Sanaa Lathan, Rockmond Dunbar, Loretta Devine, Debra Martin Chase, Marcus King, Antwone Fisher, Sheryl Underwood, Vanessa Williams, Clifton Powell and Gina Ravera, the festival has become a hotbed for the Black Hollywood community. HBFF was founded in 1998 by its executive director, Tanya Kersey, with a mission focused on fostering and developing the vision of independent filmmakers by bringing their films to the attention of the industry, media and public through a public exhibition and competition program.
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