Well Vanessa already spilled the beans about The Kill Hole at this year’s Black Harvest Film Festival in Chicago next month, but that’s all good. In fact the official schedule list for the festival, its18th year, which runs next month Aug.3-30 at the Gene Siskel Film Center in downtown Chicago was announced yesterday and will screen close to 50 films (features, shorts, documentaries) making it the largest number of films in the festival’s history.
Aisde from the The Kill Hole among other features will be Ya’Ke Smith’s (and knowing the Chicago audience sure to be controversial) Wolf, Matthew Cherry’s The Last Fall, Alfons Adetuyi’s High Chicago.
Some of the other features to be screened at the festival will be Wilkie Cornelius’ Single Hills, the Chicago made feature Englewood by William L. Cochran and the South African Film Lucky
In the next following item, I’ll discuss the doucumentaries which will be screened at the Black Harvest