10TH ANNUAL HERITAGE FILM FESTIVAL
South Bowie Library ● Prince George's County Maryland
Thursday, April 9, 2015 ●OPENING CEREMONIES with Opening Remarks by Konrad Hurley, Greenbelt City Council Member
ULTRA ANGEL ● Alan Haley ● 4 mins.
Meet 25-year-old Johnny Lopez, who is reviving turf dancing in Oakland ● Ingrid Rojas ● 5 mins.
Oh Baby! Trailer 1 ● Steve Rothblatt ● 1 min.
Imagintion ● Ola Betiku ● 4mins.
I Promise Africa* ● Jerry A. Henry ● 3 mins I
Footage Access Inspired ● Malkia K. Lydia Produced by Matthew White. ● 5 mins.
Halcyon 17 ● Jenna M. Zona ● 2 mins.
Oh Baby, 2 ● by Steve Rothblatt ● 1 min.
Hood Smart: The Urban STEMulus Project ● Ateya Ball Lacy, Malkia K. Lydia ● 7 mins.
Sweet Revenge ● Jonathan R. Kline ● 4 mins.
A Flicker in Time ● Ann Kaneko and Susan Yamoto ● 20 mins
Johnny5 and Koncept in the Port of Oakland ● YAK FILMS ● 3 mins
Saturday, April 11, 2014 1 – 4 pm: Films by Students & Gava/Gate@Heritage:
A 10 Year Retrospective, followed by Student Film Awards Ceremony
Friday, April 10, 2015, 1 – 4 p.m Special Program, Opening Remarks by Susan Gervasi, Co-Dir., Utopia Film Festival
Craig G. Herndon presents 2 films: The autobiographic Honeychild (5 mins) and What is News: Most Black Men are not Criminals! (20 mins)
Herndon draws from his thirty-year career as a Washington Post photographer, (whose work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, Life and People magazine) to question the ways in which visual images can be manipulated to represent a multitude of different stories.
Following the screening, Herndon will join esteemed area photographers Jahi Chikwendiu (NPPA Photographer of the Year for 2015), Andre Chung (award winning Washington area magazine photographer), and Sharon Farmer (the first African-American and the first African-American woman to become Director of the White House Photography Office (1993-1999), to discuss issues raised in the film. Matthew White, Executive Producer of The Beatles Live Project, is the Program Moderator.
Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia)
Cheri Gaulke's Students
Studio City, California
Jaden Thompson ● 9th Grade ● Bowie High School, Tree Hugger ●
Carmen Jenkins Frazier's 6 Grade Students, Truesdell Education Campus, Washington, D.C 20011
Gava/Gate@Heritage: A 10 Year Retrospective
Meet the Filmmakers
reception follows each program