‘Harlem On My Plate’ explores the history of Harlem’s food renaissance.

Rochelle Brown and Sonia Armstead known for creating quality culinary/lifestyle content, wrote, directed and produced the project.

Harlem on My Plate

“Harlem on My Plate” will compete in the Narrative Short Films category at the New York City International Film Festival (NYCIFF).

The film which explores how food has remained at the center of the cultural, social and economic growth of Harlem will play the annual film festival which runs April 25 – 29, and in the Short Films category at the NYC Indie Film Festival, which runs April 27 – May 1.

“Harlem on My Plate” features interviews with Harlem restaurateurs, chefs, politicians, historians, and celebrities.

Rochelle Brown and Sonia Armstead of Powerhouse Productions, known for creating quality culinary/lifestyle content, wrote, directed and produced the project.

“We’re beyond thrilled that our film has been selected to screen and compete at these two outstanding festivals. It’s so appropriate, as the village of Harlem is and will continue to be, a vital part of the allure of New York City,” says the film’s co-executive producers Rochelle Brown and Sonia Armstead.

Check out the trailer below:

 

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