On Sunday February 17th at 7:30pm, The Portland Black Film Festival presents an eclectic showcase of short films, all directed by local filmmakers. Award-winning director Elijah Hasan premiers two new experimental works, Be Side Myself and Cycho. Her Name Was Mary by Liz Vice explores the heart-warming relationship between a young girl and her grandmother. The forces of good and evil square off in a most unconventional way in Christoper Witherspoon's Hubble. The Day They Ran Out of Bullets, written by Jason Lamb and directed by David Walker explores the impending deaths of two mercenaries who've run out of ammunition. Plus, a few more surprises.
The Portland Black Film Festival is funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council.