The Hamptons Black International Film Festival recently took place over an early fall weekend in New York City, Sag Harbor and Montauk theaters. Domestic and international shorts, features and documentaries were shown, each selected “by and for but not limited to people of African descent,” as the organization states. hbiff.org.
Princess Angelique Monét (multi-media talent and HBIFF Founder) with Claudius Aggripa (violinist and Children & the Arts winner)
B Smith, Attorney Ghenya Grant
Rashid Bahati, Consul Representative of Senegal, Princess Angelique Monét, Prince Wendemi of Burkina Faso winner of Honorable Theo Walker Mitchell freedom of speech award
Winners of Best Narrative Feature Film Area Q with Rashid Bahati, Carino Sanginitto, their daughter, Gerson Sangainitto
Princess Angelique Monét with Dylan Jenet Collins (singer and Children & the Arts winner)