28th Annual Sistas Are Doin' It For Themselves Film Festival

BHERC spotlights shorts created by female filmmakers of African-American descent (Black Women). This screening and dialogue is an opportunity for emerging African American female Directors to showcase their skills, talent and vision through film screenings, while giving the audience a chance to view and discuss the artistry, passion and sacrifice involved in the independent film making process.

This festival spotlights shorts created by female filmmakers of African-American descent (Black Women). Films must be 1-60 minutes in length.

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  • Tara Chakravorty

    This festival was so educational, welcoming, and inspiring. I loved meeting other student filmmakers and attending panels!

    February 2021
  • I look forward to attending someday in person! Communication was the best, and I would recommend student/first-time filmmakers to submit. Thank you so much for the amazing experience!

    January 2021
  • a great film festival for filmmakers like myself to get noticed

    January 2021
  • Matthew Agustin

    Great Festival. Great Communication. Awesome! Thank you so much.

    January 2021
  • Andrew J. Bullard IV

    Great festival! I love the way the online festival was set up like a streaming service it made it really easy to watch the films. They do a good job of giving you good promotion for your film. Last but not least the films included were very diverse. I will submit again for sure!

    January 2021