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EVENT SPOTLIGHT: Honey Chile Fest Afterparty

Ty Alexander to DJ the Honey Chile Fest Afterparty at Le Mondo in downtown Baltimore

Le Mondo, in partnership with the Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest, presents the official after-party of the first-ever Honey Chile Fest, celebrating Black women and femmes in film. After you attend the one-day festival of films and lectures hosted at the nearby Enoch Pratt Free Library, head over to Le Mondo where you can grab drinks, meet the makers, and get down to tunes from DJ Ty Alexander!

This after-party is Saturday, August 19, 6PM - 9PM.

Afterward, we'll keep the party going with the Winzday Love's Children of RA Album Release at 9PM!



Honey Chile Productions x Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest present Honey Chile Fest

The first-ever Honey Chile Fest will be presented at the nearby Enoch Pratt Free Library (400 Cathedral St, Baltimore, MD) from 1PM - 5PM on Saturday, August 19. Honoring the talent of Black filmmakers over 40, the one-day event will feature a live podcast, Q&A's, and curated films inspired by or about Baltimore.

HONEY CHILE Fest, is a one-day cultural celebration of the creative works and the diverse stories of ‘Honeys’ (Black women 40+), through film, candid sista-girl conversations and community, shining the spotlight on Baltimore and its homegrown artistic talent!

Presented by HONEY CHILE, the indie production company founded by award-winning writer/director and Baltimore native, Felicia Pride (Really Love, Tender, Grey’s Anatomy).

The festival will feature live conversations with “Chile, Please” podcast hosts Felicia Pride & Ivy Grant, DJ/Podcast/Author Ty Alexander, as well as a special curated block of films from Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival founder, Nia Hampton.

“The intention is to honor and amplify the unique perspectives and voices of honeys, while maintaining a strong emphasis on nurturing local talent within Baltimore,” says Pride, a Towson University alum who has written for television shows like Queen Sugar and Grey’s Anatomy. “That’s why we invited Ty Alexander, a proud Baltimore resident, to contribute to this vibrant exchange. Through our storytelling, we aim to weave together the intergenerational narratives of honeys, embracing both past and present experiences.”


Baltimore native Felicia Pride is a Film / TV writer and an emerging director. She has been a writer for two seasons on Ava DuVernay’s QUEEN SUGAR and currently writes on GREY’S ANATOMY. She sold a drama pilot, a book adaptation, to NBC’s Universal Cable Productions. She also sold the feature DEEPER, an erotic romance, to Universal Pictures with Will Packer Productions producing. She is the co-writer and executive producer of the film REALLY LOVE, produced by MACRO, which won a Special Grand Jury Prize at SXSW. She recently made her directorial debut with tender, a short film she also wrote, which premiered at Outfest Fusion. Felicia is a Film Independent Screenwriting Lab Fellow and a graduate of NBC’s Writers on the Verge program as a comedy writer. Prior to, she worked as a film distribution executive and an impact producer, and is the author of six books. Felicia holds an M.A. in writing from Emerson College and runs The Create Daily, a resource for underrepresented storytellers that she founded in 2012.


Nia is a multidisciplinary artist and who has consistently found community with black femme filmmakers in her travels around the world. During her first solo art show “Drapetomania; The Strong Urge to Escape” Nia created and hosted the first Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival as a means to hold space for black femme filmmakers from all over the world. As an international freelance journalist by trade who has written for sites like DAZED, VICE, Paste Magazine, LA Weekly and the Village Voice, Nia hopes that the festival will travel and meet black femme filmmakers where they are, wherever that may be.

Honey Chile Fest at Enoch Pratt Library with Afterparty at Le Mondo


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