Honey Head is a burgeoning social enterprise co-founded in 2016 by Kristi Ray and Erika Arlee to address the lack of authentic female representation both in front of and behind the lens. Over the past seven years, this creative powerhouse has produced dozens of distinct, emotionally generous narrative films that are both culturally relevant and authentic in delivery.
Their proven small-footprint approach to cinema demands progressive inclusivity and workforce development with a commitment to diversify the people they work with and the content they produce.
The Honeys - as they are affectionately called - have created a counter culture movement of positivity and inclusion within the Southeast market. These women aim to inspire and break down barriers of accessibility through workshops, speaking engagements and their female filmmaker summer camp Shoot Like A Girl.
Accolades include 2022 Coastal Entrepreneur Award Winners in the Film category, WILMA's Women to Watch in the Arts, Ambassadors for the Smithsonian IF/THEN Initiative as well as numerous awards in the festival circuit for their efforts in independent film.
Their debut feature film A Song For Imogene fills the market gap for authentic, Southern, women-led stories. Produced, Written, Directed and Financed by a 100% above-the-line female team with women holding leadership roles in every single department.