She owns her own marketing agency. She’s passionate about providing her clients high-level marketing strategy. She’s a creative on journey that hasn’t been easy. Meet Ricquel Jackson. Here’s how she blossoms.
Actors dream of starring in shows that will be dubbed as “classics”. 24-year-old actress, Imani Nia Robinson, has dreamed that very dream since she was five. Unlike many dreamers, however, the Baltimore native is striving to make her big screen dreams a reality, even if that means working behind the scenes.
There is nothing pretty about the truth but there is beauty in understanding; wise words from rising college senior, Kenley Duke.
Whether donning the hat of director, screenwriter or editor, visual storyteller Candi Garrett strives to bring together like-minded individuals to create and produce authentic and impassioned stories, with high production value. The Anniston, AL., native longs for viewers to be so engulfed in her stories and characters that they forget that they are watching a […]
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.