Sundance 2011: Bevy Smith’s Dinner for Blackhouse
Published January 25, 2011
It’s not just the snow that makes Park City white; it’s the film industry. All that’s changing, however, thanks in part to the work of The Blackhouse Foundation, which has helped to expand opportunities for African-American filmmakers since 2006. Celebrating their fifth year collaborating with Sundance, Blackhouse, along with Moët & Chandon, held a dinner hosted by Bevy Smith to honor actors Terrence Howard and Joy Bryant. Notable attendees included Danny Glover, Esai Morales, Jessie Williams, and Elvis Mitchell.
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