A Reel Good Time at Hayti Heritage Film Festival

A Reel Good Time at Hayti Heritage Film Festival

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Artists, film lovers and community members gathered at the 23rd annual Hayti Heritage Film Festival for a three-day-long showcase of films made by and for people of African-American descent. The diverse list of speakers, including Durham’s own Senator Floyd B. McKissick Jr., and schedule of films covering topics ranging from Blaxploitation to Afrofuturism allowed for a fun and educational celebration of the historic community.

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Courtney is a Fall editorial intern and UNC Communication Studies and Comparative Literature major. A North Carolina native, she loves to explore southern cities. When she's not on campus, you can most likely find her enjoying a brioche at Bread & Butter or telling anyone who will listen about the last movie she watched.