Ethel Lewis, George Kochell, Carla Jasper, Robin Jacobsen, Miss Trenia, The Do/Did Girls, Jacqui Farmer, Craig Herndon, Steven Smith, Deborah Lumpkins and Mothers Raising Sons & Daughters, Kim-Lee, Pierre Walcott and The Creative Edge Studio Collaborative, Brian Bullock, Susan Gervasi, Frank Gervasi, Rhonda Dallas, Konrad Herling, The staff of the Greenbelt Library, Mayor Emmett Jordan, and the staff of the Old Greenbelt Theatre.
Please thank our community sponsors: Wegmans, Lanham; Greenbelt Coop; BJ's Wholesale Club, Bowie, and Capitol Heights; Costco Lanham; Costco, Beltsville; Giant Foods, Largo; Staples, Largo; Safeway, Greenbelt.
The Heritage Film Festival is a project of IN VISIBLE COLORS and 6Hearts in partnership with The Prince George's Arts and Humanities Council, The Prince George's County Memorial Library System, The Maryland Film Office, Maison de Jacqui, Utopia Film Festival and local vendors.
Programs of the 13th Annual Heritage Film Festival are free to all, but attendees are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items. Collected food will be donated to United Communities Against Poverty, Inc (UCAP) in Capitol Heights
Always Dedicated To My Mom,
My First And My Best Teacher!
The 13th Annual Heritage Film Festival is dedicated to Jose Corrales, a gender fluid teen brutally abused for being "different."