Hayti Heritage Film Festival

Hayti Heritage Film Festival
804 Old Fayetteville Street
Durham, United States

Tel: 919-683-1709


Animation Art-house Black Children Comedy Documentary Drama Experimental Gay and Lesbian Historical Horror Independent Religious Romance Science Fiction Short Silent Student Thriller TV Women

Festival Overview

The Hayti Heritage Film Festival which will be celebrating its 19th year in 2014 was designed to honor and showcase the works of African American and African filmmakers and to show the vast stories that we have to tell......Other filmmakers of other ethnicities if they are dealing with our stories are also invited to submit..


Hayti Heritage Center, the leading African American Cultural Center, in the Carolinas and Southern NC started this festival almost 20 years ago and has discovered all kinds of great talent both here in the area and throughout the country and the world.....We have invited notable filmmakers to come and speak and share their wealth of knowledge as well..


Awards are given...


Open to the public

We welcome all talented filmmakers, particulary African American filmmakers, to submit their works dealing with the Black Diaspora...The theme this year revolves around Youth and films dealing with their issues...

We are looking for DVD and Blu Ray entries....VHS entries can be accepted but are not preferred.......

There are no entry fees associated with this festival

Recent Festival News News
9th Jan 2012 Films needed  
Known festival contacts Contacts
Marc Lee