A Story about Recovery, Redemption, Love and Forgiveness."STEPS" is the beautiful dramatic story about the shortcomings of a man, our main character, Brian Coleman whom after being robbed and shot fourteen years earlier, succumbs to a life of addiction and ultimately loses the love of his life and the gift of knowing his only child.
Talking Black in America follows the unique circumstances of the descendants of American slaves and their incredible impact on American life and language. Speech varieties from the African American community reflect the imprint of African language systems, the influences of regional British and Southern American dialects, and the creativity and resilience of people living through oppression, segregation and the fight for equality
These Beats Ain’t Free is the scripted series from the mind of Award winning music producer/author J.Rhodes, & co - creator Kory Williams. It is the first show of its kind to authentically go inside the world of a beat maker. Think “Entourage” or “Ballers” but centered around the life of a music producer. Add in elements of Slap Stick comedy, funny characters & a love interest and TBAF is sure to entertain the masses!
"When award-winning filmmaker Loki Mulholland ("An Ordinary Hero") dives into his family history he is confronted with the shocking reality of his family's true slaveholding past and their deep connection to the roots of American history.
Through engrossing storytelling and captivating visuals, Loki Mulholland and Civil Rights Activist, Luvaghn Brown take us on a comprehensive, insightful and gut wrenching exploration of racism, or nation's past and the way forward."
The internationally recognized documentary "The Voiceless" features the stories of five male survivors of sexual violence. The unique documentary discusses masculinity, culture, race, and the impact that sexual violence has on men. In a world that refuses to recognize sexual violence has to men, five brave men share their truth in the most gut wrenching and brave way. The documentary was directed by award winning filmmaker, Vanessa McNeal.