A journalist by trade Dominga's diverse talents span the world of film, fashion and music throughout 15 plus years in the entertainment industry. She formed House of Ming, a boutique motion picture company where she serves as writer and director. Her film YELLOW won “BestShort Narrative” category at the 5th Annual Hip Hop Odyssey International Film Festival. Yellow screened at BAM Rose Cinemas in Brooklyn, NY in their “Creatively Speaking Series” and will soon be released on Urban Slam Vol. 2, a DVD compilation with several acclaimed shorts. House of Ming also produced and directed Fiche d’Identite Dominga’s most successful video production “Forever” (The Floacist & Musiq Soulchild) which has been featured on MTV Music, VH-1 and BET, and has surpassed the 1⁄2 million-viewer mark on YouTube. It premiered on VIBE.com to over 1 Million viewers. Dominga is currently in development of her first feature film which is being produced by Monty Ross who produced Spike Lee’s first 7 films including: School Daze, Do The Right Thing and Jungle Fever.
Patrice Johnson Chevannes
Patrice Johnson Chevannes, an award-winning Brooklyn-based filmmaker and actress. Patrice began with THIRTY FOUR WALL, which won the African American Women in Cinema best screenplay award. During the Broadway run of The Crucible, she wrote the feature KINGS COUNTY. A month later, she made her directorial debut by producing and directing KINGS COUNTY through the company God-And-All-
Founded by Barbara Bullard, DeZign Intervention™
SOL Film Festival
“SOL Film Festival is committed to Educating Empowering and Entertaining using the film media as its platform. This traveling venue has both domestic and international recognition and will continue to serve communities throughout the world”. - Tyson Hall
Brooklyn Terrace, Brooklyn's newest rooftop lounge offers chic décor with modern style. Located in Downtown Brooklyn it provides panoramic views of Brooklyn, the Statue of Liberty, Verrazano Bridge, and Ellis Island.
When: Wednesday, February 27th, 2013, 6pm to 9pm
Where: Brooklyn Terrace, 216 – 228 Duffield Street,
(Between Willoughby and Fulton Street, Downtown Brooklyn, New York