Best Experimental Film / Black History Month Cycle presented by the Huntington Beach Human Relations Task Force

🌱UREKA🌱 just won ‘Best Experimental Film” at the Black History Month Cycle presented by the Huntington Beach Human Relations Task Force Shortfilm we made last year at the amazing Equatorial Guinea Bodypainting Festival.

Ureka” tells the story of a man who plants a seed on the dry soil in the hope of growth: A symbolic act for the founding of the Equatorial Bodypainting Festival.

His dream is to create an event to reconnect our society to nature and back to our elemental power of nature grow in this country discovering and merging into its beauty.

Thanks to all who made supported us and I am crossing my fingers for this one of a kind cultural event 🍀

There was a Zoom Call with the creators of all selected films you can watch here. As I was on my way to spain for the production of “FEAR” I had to leave early:

PRESS:

https://www.latimes.com/socal/daily-pilot/news/story/2021-02-04/huntington-beach-cultural-cinema-showcase-returns-highlighting-black-films

as well as at BLACKMOVIESTAR

For a list of films and guests for the panel, visit the Huntington Beach Cultural Cinema Showcase website.

Published by julieboehm

Artist for painting, multimedia, film living in Germany

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