Hanelle M. Culpepper

Hanelle M. Culpepper is an award-winning writer/director based in Los Angeles, where she operates her own production company, Hillview 798 Productions. Her filmmaking career began when she was selected for Bill and Camille Cosby's screenwriting program for African-American writers. Through the program, Hanelle wrote the screenplay Miss Ella, which was inspired by true events surrounding Hanelle's great grandmother Ella and her adopted sister Rose. This tale of two sisters whose intertwining lives lead to tragedy was a semi-finalist in the Chesterfield Screenplay competition and earned Hanelle a place in the IFP/west Screenwriters Lab.Hanelle's directorial debut was the short film The Wedding Dress (2002). The romantic comedy about a carefree bachelor who finds a wedding dress in his girlfriend's closet premiered in 2002, kicking off an award-winning trek in film festivals worldwide. It was subsequently shown nationally on syndicated broadcast television.In 2003, as part of the AFI's Di

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