The Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (BHERC) proudly announces that Award-winning actor/writer/director Ted Lange is hosting REEL BLACK MEN, a short film showcase featuring the artistry of emerging Black Male Filmmakers, August 17, 2019, at The Pacific Design Center located at 8687 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069. BHERC is presenting eight short films, a Talk Back with directors, producers, cast and crew and concluding the evening with a Reception and Networking.
Ted Lange, as a star of the television classic THE LOVE BOAT, Lange’s ten seasons as Isaac Washington earned him global recognition. An award winning theatrical Director, Lange has directed 24 films or television productions, over 56 theatrical productions, and two radio shows. A graduate of London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Lange has written over 25 plays, 12 feature films, and a TV Series, and has been labeled The Black Neil Simon, The Brown Bard, and The Footnote Historian.
The 2019 Reel Black Men Films and Filmmakers include: THE BARE KNUCKLE GENTLEMEN (19:11 Min.) by Nishad Chaughule; ASIA A (20:15 Min.) by Andrew Reid; C’EST PARFAIT (17:42 Min.) by Muhasani Kasomo; NIGHT DINER (9 Min.) by Khaled Ridgeway; BATTERED (6:26 Min.) by Larry Ulrich; FOR EVAN’S SAKE ep. 2 (31:01 Min.) by Kirstin Lori (Director) and Evan Washington (Creator/EP) and PRIZEFIGHTER (6:13 Min.) by Lyndon J. Barrois; and FIFTY & OVER CLUB (23:39 min.)by Don’re Walker and C. G. Ryche (Director).
This screening and dialogue is an opportunity for emerging Black male filmmakers to showcase their vision through film screenings, while giving the audience a chance to view and discuss the artistry, passion and sacrifice involved in the independent filmmaking process.
Tickets can be purchased on the website www.bherc.org or at the door for $25. For further event information, contact John Forbes at 310.284.3170 email@example.com and check the website www.BHERC.org.