2020 BHERC TV Virtual Film Festival Spotlights New Docu-Series “Atlanta Black


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Join BHERC & Film’s Directors as they explore the ecosystems supporting dynamic Tech leaders kindling revolutionary change in Atlanta & around the world.

With more than 20 states represented in the 2020 festival, the South definitely has something to say, this film, resoundingly announces Atlanta, Georgia IS the Black Tech Mecca of the United States.”

— C’Vonzell Dondrico, Founder/Producer “Atlanta Black Tech Mecca.”

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (BHERC) curated the 26th Annual African American Film Marketplace & S.E. Manly Short Film Showcase (AAFM SEMSFS) streaming online now through November 29th, 2020, to include a global voice from storytellers with points of view not often heard. With this mission in mind, BHERC is proud to present a special free screening followed by a Q and A with Cast and Crew of the new Docu-series “Atlanta Black Tech Mecca,” Sunday, November 8, 5:00PM (PDT) online at www,BHERC.TV.

With more than 20 states represented in the 2020 festival, the South definitely has something to say. This film, resoundingly announces that Atlanta, Georgia IS the Black Tech Mecca of the United States. Atlanta is viewed by many as one of country’s fastest growing technology hubs, creating thousands of jobs each year and providing an ever-growing ecosystem that encourages entrepreneurship and supports the city’s Black-owned technology startups. Ambitious, motivated and socially-driven, the Black tech founders in Atlanta are unique in their desire to build legacies and affect long lasting cultural change that will positively impact their communities for generations to come.

The “Atlanta Black Tech Mecca,” film explores the ecosystems supporting these dynamic tech leaders, as they kindle revolutionary change in the city of Atlanta and around the world. Attendees are invited to watch the film then meet the leaders driving this movement and join a vibrant Q and A discussion. Moderated by avid movie watcher Herb Sims, Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Northrop Grumman Corporation who has been working with the BHERC family for over 10 years receiving his BS in Chemical Engineering at Prairie View A&M University and his MBA in Management at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi. Panelists are the films directors C’Vonzell Dondrico and Vante Gregory who are joined by Jakita O. Thomas, Ph.D., co-founder of Pharaoh’s Conclave (PCX). Other entrepreneurs featured in the film are Nashlie Sephus, Justin Dawkins, Barry Givens, Jewel Burks Solomon, Joey Womak, Carolyn Pitts, and Doll Avant.

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C’Vonzell Dondrico is a filmmaker and…



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