BHERC spotlights shorts created by female filmmakers of African-American decent (Black Women). This screening and dialog 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.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90038

Awards & Prizes

No Entry Fee
No Prizes - great screening, awesome networking, affordable tickets, an Award Show honoring directors, filmmakers, writers, cinematographers, grips, Hair & Make-up, Still Photographers and all the behind the scenes artists who collaborate to create FILM

Rules & Terms

Please complete this form and submit your short film on DVD. Film must be 1-60 minutes. Mail or deliver your film with this form to:

Attn: John Forbes
1875 Century Park East, Suite 600
Los Angeles, California, CA 90067

9 Reviews

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    Dandrell Scott

    One of the best film festival I've been a part of! They treated me with so much respect and honor. They made me feel like a big Hollywood director! Thank you!

    October 2017
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    Marquette Jefferson

    BHERC has an outstanding program with great staff. I was able to screen my short film " We Still Together" and get great feed back from the audience and a few industry professionals. Everyone was very nice and I was able to have a great time.

    October 2017
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    Marlisa Doubell

    5 stars all round to this amazing festival, thank you all.

    July 2017
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    Meme Kelly

    A first class, wonderful event. It was a memorable evening.

    May 2017
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    Amanda Chambers

    An east coast girl from the country landed in Hollywood for the weekend and it was great. Seeing my movie screened at Raleigh Studios and networking with Hollywood heavyweights was a treat. Thank you BHERC for allowing my voice to be heard and investing in my future as a filmmaker!

    February 2017