Saturday, February 3, 2018

28 Black Women Horror Filmmakers: Kellee Terrell


Kellee Terrell is an award winning filmmaker and journalist from Chicago who writes about race, gender, health and pop culture. Her articles and interviews have been featured in Essence, The Advocate, Hello Beautiful, Vogue, Al-Jazeera, The Root and Harper's Bazaar. Her short films, Goodnight My Love and Blame have screened in over 60 film festivals around the world including the Academy Award qualifying Cinequest Film Festival and Athens International Film & Video Film Festival. In 2016, she was named one of Outfest's Screenwriting Lab Fellows for her first feature script Gemma, a Black lesbian ghost love horror story. (Source)


Goodnight My Love (2012)
Blame (2014)



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