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Hayti Heritage Center/St. Joseph's Historic Foundation, Inc.
804 Old Fayetteville St, Durham, North Carolina 27701
The Hayti Heritage Film Festival (HHFF) in Durham, NC is one of the nation’s longest-running Black film festivals in the nation. The 24th season runs from February 15th-17th and features an array of classic Black cinema, cutting-edge documentary, and fictional shorts and features, and an opening night reception. This year’s festival highlights must-watch films such as,
Stefon Bristol’s sci-fi short, See You Yesterday, Executive Produced by Spike Lee,
Durhamite Isaac Green’s NYU Tisch School of the Arts senior thesis, Beyond All,
Elegance Bratton’s LGBTQ coming of age story, Walk For Me,
Charles Burnett’s masterpiece, Killer of Sheep,
Terence Nance’s, They Charge For the Sun,
Ricky Kelly’s documentary on two biker weeks, Black Beach/White Beach,
and many more!
To view the full schedule click here
Full festival passes are now on sale here
Check back for schedule updates, day passes, and individual ticket sales. Remember to join our Facebook page @haytifilmfest.
Become a sponsor of the festival that everyone will be talking about! Sponsorships include all-festival access, special screenings, the opening reception, and closing night party. Contact us at [email protected]