Select filmmakers in attendance in-person, virtual Q&A to be announced.
The 2021 Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Black Harvest Film Festival Prize for best short film of the festival will be awarded to REOPENING director Carlene Robinson prior to screening.
This mix of films celebrates the hilarious, the visionary, the righteous, and the revolutionary, representing the eclectic voice of Black filmmakers today: BLACK (Tamika R. Guishard), MINE (Randall Dottin & Luisa Dantas), THE ORANGE CHILD (Alexandre Desane), WOULD YOU KILL GOD TOO? (WJ Lofton & Natalie Lauren), REOPENING (Caralene Robinson), THE STRONG BOX (Hassan El-Amin), 180 SECONDS (Perry Strong), THE GOLDEN RECORD (Brandon C. Thomas & Kyle Ferguson). Select filmmakers in attendance in person, virtual Q&A to be announced.
REOPENING (dir. Carlene Robinson) is the recipient of the 2021 Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Black Harvest Film Festival Prize for best short film of the festival. The short film award will be presented either virtually or in person to Robinson on Sunday November 21 before the 3:30pm presentation of INNOVATION IN MOTION.
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