Gentrification. Racism. Microagression. And the all-knowing 9-year-old prepared to tackle it all. Little Apple is a live-action sci/fi drama following a 9-year-old claircognizant (all-knowing) little Black girl growing up in a new Harlem, N.Y.
For Chanel Young, a call granting her the role of a lifetime was more than a dream come true. It was her years of preparation and hard work met with a divine opportunity.
Kiersten Nurse, a black female filmmaker from Atlanta talks about her 3-part anthology covering the issues that result from policing and the criminal justice system.
“I’m tired of feeling like I’m being talked at, whether it’s my the news & media or self-proclaimed political experts, professors, even elders, etc. I’m tired of feeling like my opinion is not valid in this type of discussion.”
Hazel Jackson is a mother, a director and the writer for our first short film titled, Do As I Say.
Tell us about you, Brittany, girl. I am an actor, director and writer. I have a website and LLC called The (Non)Starving Artists that I use to empower artists to take the lead in their journeys and create their own opportunities. Acting is the creative expression through which I feel most alive but working as […]
Growing up, I didn’t understand why I viewed things differently or how I could make the smallest concept turn into a grand idea.