Stories From The Culture.

The Harlem based Hip Hop Film Festival (HHFF) returns for its fourth season, honoring the legacy and social impact of John Singleton.

On July 19th, the festival partnered with NYC PARKS for its signature festival event #WeWatch Under the Stars.

This year, the Hip Hop Film Festival is hosted a community screening of “Boyz n the Hood” in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park (Long Meadow).

Participants enjoyed sunny weather, good food and a dope 90's retro set provided by DJ WIZ - Kid & Play's Legendary DJ that combined music and film.

A special thank you to Letitia Guillory and the amazing folks over at NYC Parks!

The Hip Hop Film Festival is taking place August 1st - August 4th at the National Black Theatre in NYC.

About the Hip Hop Film Festival NYC

Out of over 5,000 festivals in the world, the Hip-Hop Film Festival is the only festival to focus on writers, directors and producers who grew up in the global culture of Hip Hop. This season the festival hosts over 100 directors, producers and screenwriters from the United States, France, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Canada, the UK, Russia, Switzerland, South Africa, India, Japan, Portugal, Argentina and more. The Hip Hop Film Festival features every genre (mystery, sci-fi, horror, action, romance, etc.) of story from filmmakers who live across the world. It is also the only film festival that seeks to share the profits with the filmmakers selected to participate.