Zoe Kravitz, 50 Cent, Mario Van Peebles, and Lynn Whitfield Attend Urbanworld Film Festival
The festival celebrated it's 15th anniversary with more films than ever
The 15th Annual Urbanworld Film Festival, presented by BET Networks, wrapped up last night with an awards reception at Tribeca Grill Loft. Urbanworld screened 59 films this year with 17 world premieres, the largest internationally competitive festival dedicated to independent cinema by and about people of color.
Urbanworld brought out many celebrities including Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Mario Van Peebles and Lynn Whitfield who took to the red carpet for the premiere of "All Things Fall Apart." Also, Zoe Kravitz attended the festival to promote her film "Yelling to the Sky."
The 15th Annual Urbanworld Film Festival winners are:
Best Narrative Feature
MAMITAS: Written and Directed by Nicholas Ozeki; Produced by Adam Renehan, Andrew Daniel Wells
Best Narrative Short
WAKE: Written and Directed by Bree Newsome; Produced by Valerie Champagne, Bree Newsome
Best Documentary Feature
ZERO PERCENT: Written and Directed by Tom Skousen; Produced by Robert Fernandez, Tom Skousen
Best Documentary Short
LOVE LOCKDOWN: Directed by Nadia Hallgren; Produced by Jamie-James Medina
AFTER THE STORM: Written by Cole Wiley
WHITEHALL: Written by Dawn M. Green and Aliza Pearl Kennerly
LIFE LOVE SOUL: Written and Directed by Noel Calloway; Produced by Allen J. West, Benny Pough, Dedra N. Tate