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HG MUSIC VIDEO & FILM FESTIVAL
A Call for Faith Based/Inspirational Film & Video Makers
In its second year running, the HG Music Video & Film Festival is a celebration of the robust, creative and emerging nexus of local and national faith based, independent film and music video producers to be held in Houston; the fourth largest city in the United States. It is also a showcasing of quality, Christ-centered entertaining, inspiring original works produced by creative, passionate independent film producers and visual storytellers.
The HG Music Video & Film Festival is the film division arm of the Houston Gospel Music Coalition, an affiliate organization of the Texas Gospel Music Coalition. President, Catherine Dorsey’s vision is to develop the HGMVFF as an expansion of what HGMC does as an organization to propel gospel music and independent artists, in conjunction with the network of media outlets and radio announcers and who play their music. It is our goal to make this festival an annual event.
Houston is a city that has a rich gospel music community. The Mayor of Houston and local officials are making major strides to make Houston a more appealing destination for filmmakers and include all categories of films. The goal of the HGMVFF is to create the same opportunities of exposure, resources, development and advancement in film and video in the various categories of Christian and Inspirational based music videos and film.
Dates & Deadlines:
Entries are now closed for the 2021 Virtual HG Music Video and Film Festival. Please check back for our 2022 opening season.
FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
Day One & Two Have Now Been Combined - January 23, 2021
Catherine D. Dorsey, HGMC President/HGMVFF Director
Michael A. Jefferson, CEO, The Cam Agency, LLC/CamVision365.com
The Honorable Sheila Jackson Lee, U. S. Congress
The Honorable Sylvester Turner, Mayor – City of Houston
Alfred Cervantes – Houston Film Commissioner
Dr. Marabeth E. Gentry, President - NCGCC
John Crews – Owner, Phil & Derek’s Restaurant
Attorney Ricky Anderson, Entertainment Law
Interview - George Nierenberg, Producer/Director (Sharon Baldwin)
Documentary Presentation – “Say Amen, Somebody”
Award Presentations – Music Videos – 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Winners
Interview– Dr. Leonard Scott - Founder, Tyscot Records (Rev. Charles Hudson)
Documentary Presentation – “Music Majors – The Rance Allen Group”
Screenings– Official Selected Film Submissions (With Permissions)
Musical Performance – Treva Jones
Award Presentations – Short Films – 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Winners
Musical Performance – Endurance
Award Presentations – Documentary Films – 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Winners
Musical Performance – Tye Tribett
Award Presentation - Feature Film Winner
Closing Remarks – Film Festival Director & Executive Producer
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