Cinematography. Filmmaking. Storytelling.
Here at 7 Hillz Productions, we pride ourselves on bringing you a captivating experience beyond the lens. We aim to bring content to moviegoers that will touch them on a deep level as we have a talent for creating content for niche markets.
Although we are based out of South Florida, we have been blessed to establish networks with people in different cities as we are very open to working with people of various backgrounds.
Please feel free to contact us at anytime through our email listed below.
Best Featured Film
"Intuition" 2014 Boca Black Film Festival
Awarded for Best ScreenPlay
"Intuition"2014 Boca Black Film Festival
Awarded for Best Featured Film
"Close Friends" 2014 American Black Film Festival
Awarded for Best Webseries
Top 3 Sellers at Maverick Entertainment for "Intuition"
Earned over 19 Million Views on Youtube in 2017
Breion Moses, MPA
Breion Moses is the Founder of 7 Hillz Productions and visionary behind the ReelBack Film Summit. 7 Hillz is a full-service production company that prides itself on employing quality people and producing quality projects. The ReelBack is the first film summit that focuses specifically on HBCU graduates and students. A native of South Florida, Breion was a co-instructor at the Black Women in Film Summit, a panelist at the Fyli, Film, Music, Art & Culture (FMAC) at Jazz In The Gardens, iGen Film Festival and speaker Portland State University, California State University, Long Beach - Civility LB at It’s Just PR Media Mingle. Breion was named by Legacy Magazine one of “South Florida’s Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry” for 2020 and was previously honored by the publication’s 2019 “South Florida 40 under 40 Leaders of Tomorrow.” Breion was featured by McDonald’s campaign, “Black & Positively Golden Mosaic.”
She holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Nova Southeastern University and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Florida A&M University. She is also certified to help veterans to civilian society.
Breion is fully committed to helping others. As such, she is heavily involved in her community and serves as the CEO of Seven Hillz Productions Foundation Incorporated, which provides education and scholarships to new and aspiring filmmakers. She is also a member of The Black Women Film Network, National Forum of Public Administrators and the NOVA Southeastern, Bethune Cookman University and FAMU Alumni Associations.