2010 April 9 - 10 5th annual Heritage Film Festival

rennie forum, prince george's community college

 

Fri, Apr 9. 7pm●

Opening Remarks & Welcome by Festival Director●Special Guest: Konrad Herling, Greenbelt Council Member

 

Tony Cokes 6^

Mehreen Bazm Spring

Andrew Michael Warnecke

Blue Angel

Harry Basta I Was A Power Ranger

Kyle Stephens McDonough

Chris Lynn Suzhou/Shanghai

S. Torriano Berry Black Captains of the Chesapeake Bay (Fishing Express Edition)

Nancy Buchanan & Cynthis Maughan Pursed

Faraday OkoroThomas Jefferson

Esin OzdagFax of Life

Todd Shoemaker Inertia

Sat, Apr 10. 2pm - Student Program

Chikira Bennett Love Differ/Unite

Frederick Douglass High School

Mister Geo’s GAVA/GATE Animation Class

Greenbelt, MD

mistergeo@gavagateanimation.org

Koli Tengella's Students Represent Collington Square Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore

Cheri Gaulke's Students, Harvard-Westlake School

Studio City, California, E-Mail: cgaulke@hw.com/ www.hw.com

Savannah College of Art and Design

Savannah, Georgia

www.scad.edu, www.scad.edu/animation

www.scad.edu/film-and-television/

Kathleen McGlew's Students, Eleanor Roosevelt H.S.

Greenbelt, Maryland

http://www.pgcps.org/~erhs/

Sat, Apr 10. 7pm

Welcome by the Festival Director●Special Guests: Korey Brown, Director of the African American Studies Institute, Lionell Thomas, Executive Director, Prince George's Arts Council● Presentation of Prince George's County Proclamation to George Kochell

 

Tony Cokes Ad Vice

Jason Baustin Look What The Lord Has Done

Brandyn Bold La Vie de Lamont

Rocky McKoy Unspoken

Don Choside Revision

Alan C. Haley Jessie Brown 5

Nick Gervasi Macrotropolis

Allan Williams Meditation in a Toolshed

Meagan Hoecke 138 Arlington

Danielle L. Cesar HIV/AIDS: Myth v.s. Reality

Robert Andersen Asbury Park

Bang-Yao Liu Deadline

Todd Shoemaker Reconcile

 

 

Q & A and Meet the Filmmakers Reception after each program

The 5th annual Heritage Film Festival is supported in part by

the Liberal Arts Division and the African American Studies Institute

at Prince George's Community College, Maison de Jacqui, the Prince George's Arts Council, Chick-Fil-A (Largo), Staples (Largo) and other local vendors.