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Long Island To Host Black Int'l Film Festival


NEW YORK, NY –  “Closure” the award-winning, short romantic comedy directed by NY-based independent  filmmaker JAYDEE® will be presented as part of the “Montauk Movies” segment  of the  second annual Hamptons Black International Film Festival (Long Island, NY)   on Saturday, September 4 @ 4:15pm. For ticket information, go to  http://www.hbiff.org/montauk-movie-ticket/
 
The film, which was previously named Best USA Narrative Short at the 2007 Women’s International Film Festival in Miami, will be among the shorts, features, and documentary films presented at various Hamptons venues over the Labor Day weekend.  
 

 

JAYDEE®, a Queens, NY native with over 20 years of film and television production experience,  called her HIBFF selection "a pleasant surprise"  adding  "I'm looking forward to my Hamptons premiere!"  
 
Described as a four day (Sept 2nd – 5th) retreat and international/domestic showcase, the goal of HBIFF is to educate, inform, and enlighten the community by showcasing films by and for but not limited to people of African descent. “Through a diverse platform, the festival nurtures the growth and development of aspiring artists, and is open to filmmakers, and industry executives.”


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