In this coming of age, zombie film, pre-teens Yaya, Jared and Dre begin their day slanging water on the corner until they are forced to survive a zombie outbreak. On their journey, lives are lost, dreams are killed, and new realities are accepted. How will these kids navigate a world they aren’t meant to survive and how do they hold on to their innocence during the process?
A limited series and podcast discussing all measures and propositions on the California 2020 General Election ballot
All Boys Aren't Blue
There's the protest and the fallout from the protests BUT what about the in-between; which is the life that happened and happens in-between the headlines. An emotionally tattered father tries to raise his civic-minded teenage son in a nation of civil unrest and systemic racism.
What if Black people couldn't have been killed during the time of slavery in America? Mirabelle, an enslaved 25 yr old black woman, finds herself in a world of supernatural powers fighting the forces of evil to deliver the oppressed into a new age of peace.
Inspired by a true story. Anna is battling the beginning stages of dementia at an assisted living facility in the days following the statewide quarantine. No longer able to receive visits from her family, she is forced to spend time with them via Zoom, which proves to be difficult. Anna battles the loneliness of her everyday routine and her fading memory, as she struggles to find human connection through technology. Before she knows it, the only consistent thing in her life is her caretaker.
“An American Boy” is a realistic drama set in early 2000s Chicago. The story follows a musically talented young boy who is sent to live with his convert Muslim father after his mom discovers him dressing up as her. Inciting religious practices on the young boy, he is forbidden to sing in an upcoming school recital, which forms new trauma in his life.
On his wedding day, Eric Fuller tries to clear his conscience and break things off with his secret lover Sarah, but she's not ready to let him go.
This near-future Sci-Fi drama explores love, letting go, and how the technology of today will affect the relationships of tomorrow.
A grief stricken teenager finds an unexpected way to mourn the loss of her first love.
Autumn is a Music/Lyric Video Combination touching on Depression. Music by: Chi TheRealist
Backwards God tells the story of how man made God in his image. The film interweaves elements of ecology and spirituality to retell the book of Genesis through a womanist lens.
A Bay City peaceful protest turns and puts Vivian (Karrueche Tran) and her pregnancy in extreme danger, as a member of the BCPD goes rogue. Pete (Kristos Andrews) rushes to the hospital. R.J. (Najee De-Tiege) is arrested without cause. Xander (Dante Aleksander), Frankie (Bianca D’Ambrosio), and Regan (Chiara D'Ambrosio) capture critical events on video.
Javion is a dutiful and loving black father. He is the protector and provider of the family, including his wife, daughter, and grandmother. However, he is haunted by a secret that he continues to bury in silence. Not knowing how to deal with the trauma, he attempts to hide the behemoth inside him that is trying to break out. But not until tonight when he is finally overwhelmed, and he attacks his family while he ultimately comes face-to-face with his painful past. Only the prayerful hands of his grandmother can help channel his buried emotion from taking control.
A safe space where Black women reveal their struggles with mental health, including how the "Strong Black Woman" stereotype impacts their mental wellness and healing.
This candid short doc features interviews with Black women who have or are currently experiencing a mental health crisis; insight from Black therapists regarding the particular mental health challenges Black women face; resources to cultivate healing and tools to identify self.
A music video to the new single "Black Leather" by Leo*.
Is it fair for us to ask others to let down their walls while we refuse to be our most vulnerable selves?
A short Suicide Awareness PSA that explores the affects of police brutality/Coronavirus on the psyche.
The Brookland Literary and
Hunting Club (BLAHC) is a poker club and gentlemen's society founded in Washington, DC in 1942 by 9 accomplished Black men from the Brookland neighborhood in the district — doctors, lawyers, scientists, university presidents — many with Howard University affiliations. But as times change, BLAHC may be reaching it's end.
BLM is a visual battle cry. This video is a form of testimonial art portraying the heart, pain, and fight of African- Americans in fierce pursuit of truth, justice and equality.
Ali, a troubled yet imaginative boy, has one dream in life: to become a screenwriter. Neglected by his mother, brutalized by his stepfather, and bullied by members of the neighborhood gang; he longs for a safe space to simply write screenplays and immerse himself in the world of his imagination. As he searches for a safe haven, he discovers a magical cave. Nestled inside of the cave, he begins to write and draw prolifically. But as the violence from his stepfather and the local gang turn deadly, he must decide to either take a stand or lose his dream forever.
Crip gang members Chili, Mia, and Tracey ride their bikes down a picturesque street on the Northside of Long Beach when Chili spots Kiki, a fellow classmate. Mia reveals that Kiki has just lost her brother to police brutality Chili invites Kiki to join the gang. Kiki accepts but later reveals that she plans to go off to college setting off a series of unexpected events.
After surviving an attempt on his life, disgraced police officer Adam Hoffman seeks revenge and calls upon his partner and friend, David Carter. Carter is torn between his sense of duty to his department and his community. Together, the two confront their stained past and make decisions that will dictate the future of the force and the people they serve.
Bubbly Brown Sugar tells the story of two soulmates meeting in their dreams and their parallel journeys to finding each other upon waking up.
In Bubbly Brown Sugar, lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur Jewel Patterson has always had psychic dreams that often times came true as a child. When she accepts the proposal for marriage from her longtime sweetheart, Gabriel Hamilton, her psychic dreams come back with such intensity, it throws her life upside down.
A black father goes on a journey to learn more about his kid who identifies as a transgirl. While learning about the struggles of trans people, he is faced with backlash about his support and parenting style. The father goes against his own beliefs and views of the world just to learn how to effectively support his daughter during her transition.
With his elementary understanding of courtship, 11-year-old Darius meets up with friends that conspire to play a popular “predator vs. prey” childhood game, targeted to take advantage of girls.
As two friends unravel their true feelings for each other, their focus is immediately shifted to survival when their love is haunted by the spirit of a bitter hotel owner.
Groomed by an older man with promises of love and protection, 16-year-old Savannah Jones' romantic expectations quickly fade as she finds herself trapped in the dark and devastating world of sex trafficking. Now called "Blondie," she stumbles her way through the hierarchy of girls, as she is forced to perform sexual acts for the wealthy. In the end, her efforts for rescue
A remorseful police officer struggles to cope with the fact he mistakenly killed an unarmed teenager while trying to make amends with his wife and the teens mother.
A therapist is gets the case of a lifetime. Little does she know that things start to get personal.
|CONNECT| is a compelling supernatural socio-political drama with sci-fi elements about a young black male named Vincent who is struggling with his ability to communicate with the dead. Once his ability becomes public as the sudden murder of a teenage shakes the community, he is forced to make a life altering decision.
When a first date takes a wrong turn it leaves a woman unhinged and forces a serial dater into a conversation that will change his life forever.
Our half hour comedy series starts with Ike feeling like his chance at the American Dream is on the verge of shriveling up like a raisin in the sun. He’s 35, stuck in the same job for the past 10 years, and saddled in student loan debt and bills from his late father’s medical expenses. To make matters worse, my dude is one year into a breakup and his “helicopter mom” of a moth
In Dead Talks, a judgmental preacher and an agnostic hippy are forced to coexist as audience members in Lucifer's Hellish Ted Talk.
On Dec. 21st 2020, The solar system’s largest planets, Jupiter and Saturn collide to create a bright point in the sky that gifts black people supernatural powers. Jamal's powers help him discover a new world.
Excerpts from short films, A Little Tied Up, Friends Be Like, and 1Chance.
In a world where physical distancing is strictly enforced during a years-long pandemic, Eric Jones (Alex Skinner) looks forward to his frequent video dates with Kat Hunley (Kiana Madani) a tech wizard who does consulting projects for the government. Eric's last girlfriend, Sarah, was killed by the virus, so he values his time with Kat. A nonprofit advocate, Eric's also intrigued by Kat's penchant for taking risks, and tonight, she has a crazy idea: meeting up "IRL," or In Real Life.
Eric really wants to see Kat in person - so he agrees to her plan. They meet at a local bar with a Clean Air Space System (CAS System). Despite initial nerves, Eric is pretty smitten by Kat, and after a few drinks, the two decide to take an even greater risk: go to Eric's place.
Once there, it turns out that Eric and Kat have dangerous secrets to share - secrets that are best kept at a safe distance.
Zachariah suffers from abandonment after losing his father in an accident. In order to support his younger brothers, he gets involved in a drug deal that lands him in prison. Through hardships behind bars Zachariah becomes spiritually enlightened. In Divide & Conquer, he struggles to maintain his father's legacy without falling back into a violent world.
A four-part travel series that follows twin brothers Ron & Don Brodie on trips across the island of Jamaica to rediscover their heritage. With the help of local taxi and driving professionals, they navigate old routes while uncovering new adventures along the way.
Hindered by the severe weakness caused by ALS, activist/author Jim Clingman struggles to continue his fight for Black rights. Miles away at school, his daughter Kiah, isolates herself from the pains of his disease and unconsciously flees from her father’s prolific legacy. With a major paper due sooner than anticipated and a need to go home to take care of her dad, she’s backed
A 16 year old and her 10 year old brother find themselves homeless in Harlem.
Everyone does not have to choose hope. It only takes one person to bring the light of hope to the whole universe.
Three mature imperfect Black women on a quest to dismantle a ring of abusive men. They're fueled by their own darkness from their past and present dysfunctions which cower over their lives and motivate their actions. It is Irreverent, Funny, Action-oriented, and Emotional.
Follow the Ballews, a multi-generational family of Black Kentucky farmers, as they embrace the strong legacy of their land while facing the struggles of being a black farmer in America.
On May 3rd 2020, I was diagnosed with the Shingles virus. Which then developed into Bell's Palsy / Ramsay Hunt syndrome. This is a visual diary documenting my journey to recovery.
In this experimental thriller, a young man pursues the truth behind a local mystery no matter the cost.
Through the eyes of four individuals that identify within the LGBTQIA+ community, we see their push for social justice and racial equality, advocating for ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER while also showcasing the cultural impact the BLACK LGBTQIA+community has brought to the mainstream media but underhandedly has been forgotten.
After the death of her mother, Kayla, a bitter woman who had a torn relationship with her family, comes back home to settle her mother’s will when she meets an unexpected visitor that forces her to confront her past.
In 1999, Novato, California, an 8-year-old girl named Jessie is enjoying what little time she has left with her best friend, Lucas. The two of them have difficulty conveying it, but they’re both aware as to what is about to happen. The trailer park they live in will be closed, and the whole community will be forced to evacuate, as a result of the MTBE water contamination. For Jessie, this means facing an unwanted change and learning to say goodbye to that which tethers her to her little pink trailer.
The Gaze is a hilarious and raw, heartfelt dramedy tracking the career of Jerome Price, an openly queer black actor, as he fights to rise above the labyrinth of systemic racism and inequality in the entertainment industry in hopes of being able to shine under a gaze that sees him as equal and free. In Season 1: “...No Homo” we are introduced to Jerome as he meets the play and the
White American Theatre festival that forever change the trajectory of his career and life in the arts.
Devin, a concerned neighbor finds himself in the middle of a crisis when he suspects his neighbor, Ashley may be getting abused by her boyfriend. He is faced with a decision to further investigate the suspected abuse or to take the advice and not intervene in the situation.
As the world struggles to deal with a deadly disease that no one understands, a young woman is faced with a difficult decision to move forward with her life or stay in denial about what is going on around her.
High Risk: The Unfiltered Truths of Minority Pregnancy is a documentary that explores the lives of several individuals that have experienced complications with conceiving, giving birth and postpartum depression. This project follows people of color on their journeys to parenthood through varying methods including assisted reproductive technology. The piece explores the health and emotional challenges that Black people face in the United States related to childbirth.
The redefining declaration of inheritance made by African American artist.
The Ice Cream Stop is a story of DR. Mike Harris and the strong love he and his wife share as they are about to be new parents. The love is so deep and rich, he will go through any lengths to take care of his family. During an act of love, the Harris family is shattered within 30 minutes when Harris is pulled over in the middle of the night.
A group of hungry friends goes to a fast-food restaurant after a late-night joyride, but their emotions change when unusual action leads to a resonating effect and lost appetite.
A black faculty member takes a calculated risk to motivate an underachieving student. In this 13 minute short a black professor must cross the line of acceptable academic protocol while placing his faith in the unwritten code of silence.
A young, black couple’s anniversary takes a bittersweet turn when a police officer pulls the husband over on a questionable traffic stop. Inspired by true events.
Meet Bill Khaemba! On today's episode, Josiah talks with Bill, the creator of The Kenyan Library, to discuss getting in touch with ourselves, art, and the world around us. Bill shares his photography journey which started right after high school in Nairobi, Kenya.
With the struggles of adulting looming over their heads, Ally, Gigi, and Yaya must also learn and accept their newfound powers while defeating an evil source after their bloodline.
In this intense drama by Haitian-Canadian director Joyce Fuerza, a reserved elementary school teacher, Rosa, finds her life upended when she comes across an abused student, Kamila. As she sees her younger self through the eyes of Kamila, Rosa’s attempt to stop the cycle forces her to make an unexpected decision; an action that brings back disturbing memories.
After a traumatic experience involving law enforcement, a young man becomes obsessed with finding the woman who made the 911 call and others like her. Derrick and his friend Jesse embark on a quest that uncovers a conspiracy completely out of this world. Androids have invaded Earth and the duo must work together if they are going to save the human race.
An Assassin database has been breached, giving citizens direct access to order assassinations, and also leaving historical metadata open to the public. As death totals continue to rise, these Assassins must find out who's responsible for breaching Kill File before detectives do.
A reel of a few short films, skits, and series featuring Larry Adigun.
Janine and Lula are having a routine granddaughter and grandmother day out when a stop at a local gas station does not go as planned.
L & X (Life & Times) of a Single Angeleno chronicles the comedic struggles + mishaps of dating as an #eldermilennial in Los Angeles.
As told through the beautifully flawed lens of three best friends, Paige, Logan and Bodhi, L & X gives a raw look into the joys and pains of navigating life, love, and career in the city of dreams.
A Romantic comedy about 2 men finding love after a hook up. Although their connection is seamless, they can't escape the issues affecting their blossoming relationship. Spencer and Jayden walks us through the stages of their petty unconventional love story.
Detective Travis(Kim Estes)signs on to assist NETONE, a cyber security company unable to identify hackers targeting major corporations. They face a dangerous enemy that seems to predict every move. A client accuses NETONE of destroying evidence that would have identified the hackers. A murder occurs. News hits the local media. Travis is reprimanded. Can NETONE be trusted?
The Magical Root is a true story about a transformational time in the life of Frederick Douglass. It was the day he decided he was no longer a slave -- but a free man in a slave's body.
Queen Makeda enters her throne room full of splendor and glory. Her power equals her beauty. And has just return from her visit with King Solomon.
In this dramedy mini series, 20-something year old Sheena is ready to move on from her small city of Alexandria, LA and head to New Orleans. She has a great relationship with her cousins, Ayana and Giselle, with whom she lives with. Her parents, Darnel and Niecey, have been married since she was born and from Sheena's perspective, they are the epitome of a loving relationship. Everything is on track until a blow up between Darnel and Niecey occurs at
her little sister Ainsley's birthday dinner. Later, Niecey reveals that they're getting a divorce. This news unlocks an old memory that sends Sheena on a journey of self-discovery. Niecey and her mother, Hazel, are also forced to revisit the past as information is unveiled; sending Niecey on her own journey of self-discovery. Sheena's family isn't who she thought they were and now she's left trying to put all the pieces back together.
A Young Sketch Artist visits a well renowned psychiatrist as his life begins sprawling out of control after years of Physical and Verbal Abuse has taken a toll on him.
Childhood best friends Nyla, Casey and Eran use a popular social media app to spark a night of adventure. The randomly generated coordinates lead them to a location where their manifestation are said to come true. It's just a harmless app right?
"The Next 8 Seconds" chronicles the life and career of Neil Holmes, an African American bull rider, as he talks about his journey from childhood struggles to college graduate turned professional bull rider. Facing adversity, racial discrimination as well as countless life and death experiences, Neil becomes one of the best professional Bull Riders in a sport. traditionally known for white bull riders.In the sport deemed “the most dangerous sport on dirt,” Neil rides in front of his home crowd at Rodeo Houston, where he will once again thrill the crowd for “The Next 8 Seconds”
filmTOY Studios presents “NILE: A Visual Embodiment of a Sonic Experience.” A non-linear short film that exhibits the various memories of a son’s journey to rebuild his connection to his late father. A five-part story told through imagery, poetry, dance, and music - based on the song “Nile” by Beyoncé & Kendrick Lamar.
No Church in the Wild is an 8-epsiode short docuseries (8x10mins) that chronicles Leslie Wagner-Wilson's life spanning her involvement in Jim Jones' People's Temple at age 13 (SanFrancisco), the events that led her to Jonestown, Guyana, and her harrowing escape amid the massacre of over 900 people, including Wagner-Wilson's husband, mother, sister, brother, niece, and nephew.
It's a normal day at the office for therapist Sarai Winters, or is it? After her first client asks for advice about harming her husband, Sarai gets a call that changes the trajectory of her day -- and maybe life. See how Sarai navigates her clients while dealing with personal misfortune.
Music Video/Film was created to shed light on social injustice, racism, and police brutality.
Husband pulls out his secret weapon to finally catch up on some well-deserved “me” time.
Two cousins, Cootie and Pinch, are recruited to retrieve a notorious criminal’s, Malloy, gun that he has hidden inside of a diner. Once the two cousins arrive they find that the gun is missing as the diner is full of patrons they must figure out who may have taken the gun and return it to Malloy or face deadly consequences.
When well-minded young father, Paul, takes his two children to the park, he impulsively confronts another young father after the two men’s children get into a physical altercation.
POZ ROZ is a provocative dark comedy series that explores the life of 20-something Rozzlyn "Roz" Mayweather after an HIV+ diagnosis rocks her already shaky world.
“Prepared" provides a glimpse into the world of Black female empowerment under the guise of haircare, self-love, and a fictitious self-help book titled "Hey Sis, Be Prepared."
On the eve of the 2020 election, a posse of six progressives ride into red country armed with heart, humor, and naiveté, what they really need is heavy artillery. A frightening prescient look at the weaponization of Whiteness in America; their dreams of getting the vote out are quickly slashed—death is their final ballot entry.
During the darkest day of his life thus far, Mike Cole, must face his most challenging insecurity.
Things start to unravel for Dr. Rhonda Mitchell when a video of her chasing a patient goes viral, she decides to dump her on again, off again boyfriend and the team suggests bringing in another doctor.
After saving an injured Rebel pilot from bounty hunters in collusion with the Imperial Remnant, a young thief named Zav Kassim attempts to save the pilot's friends in the midst of a space battle between X-Wings and TIE Fighters. Kassim's efforts help the Rebel fighters get the upper hand, but now they must work together to stop the Imperials and the last bounty hunter.
Rules to Rule is an exhilarating short film that brings you into an underworld of crime through a colorful crew of thieves who operate on a strict code. When one of their own betrays the group, adherence to the rules becomes more than a guide to the perfect score - it’s a necessity for survival.
Blair and Brandon Dottin-Haley of the #BLAIRISMS sit down with #SAVAGES of the culture to talk about their journeys and how they are using their legacies to make an impact on the world. Veterans of the #SAVAGECHATSERIES include the iconic Vanessa Williams, April Ryan, Kenny Lattimore and Faith Jenkins, along with Erika Alexander, Kim Coles and T.C. Carson, the ladies of En Vogue and so many more. The #SAVAGECHATSERIES is a space for fellowship, laughter, inspiration, reflection, healing and levity, a place where people are celebrated and given their flowers while they have the opportunity to see and smell them.
Struggling to communicate, a girl finds herself in a familiar cycle. To break the cycle she makes the decision to choose herself and her own peace of mind.
Love is amazing...til it's not! Shhh is a narrative short film that explores the varying ideas of ideals in a relationship. Can Becks and Marcus really come together and "hear" each other, or are they destined not to stay together?
Ronnie Maxwell, a self-conscious gay black man, catfishes his way into finding love while navigating life as a millennial. It’s a show about friendship, figuring out life along the way, and understanding the actual value of self-love.
During the height of a pandemic, Jakayla Brooks struggles to accept her big sister Taniya’s positive
test result. But as the severity of the infectious disease becomes clear, she embraces her ill sister’s
request to create a list of ways to find joy during sorrow.
An ode to George Flyod, STOP KILLING US is infused with deep reverence for our ancestors who senselessly lost their lives during slavery.Though abolished, hate for black life is reflected in their lives continuously being cut short by those sworn in to protect and serve. We set out to highlight Black love, using that love as our guiding light. OUR LIVES MATTER.
Starting a new chapter in her life, Grace moves to New York City, only to find that her apartment isn’t ready and she must find another place to stay for the weekend. The owner of this “room,” Pierre, is quite entrepreneurial, decking it out with fine Egyptian cotton sheets and bold yellow accoutrements. However, the room isn't what Grace expected.
When fiercely independent Monika moves back to New York from Los Angeles determined to make it this time completely on her own, the last thing she ever expected was to meet Trent with an open heart and open arms.
$TACK$ is a film that holds a mirror up to the audience offering them an opportunity to see the truth within themselves. Upon first view almost everyone misses the stinging social commentary and myriad of clues teasing the audience as to what’s truly unfolding on screen. Purposefully daring them to confront the judgments and assumptions in their own minds.
A young woman, Mackenzie, is a talented singer who seeks to distance herself from her past through songwriting and a twelve step support program. Meanwhile, her estranged father, Ray, an LAPD detective about to retire, tracks her down. The delicate opportunity for the two to reconnect is fraught with obstacles when Mackenzie's ex boyfriend, Fox, suddenly appears on the scene. After Ray is forced to step in to protect his daughter from Fox, he takes her back to their old home where forgiveness becomes possible.
After the death of their father, two estranged brothers must now run the family's law firm as one. In the process, they battle relationships, identity, and the costs of protecting a legacy.
Music video performed by Hip Hop/R&B artist Johnal West
'The Ticket' series follows the story of an L.A. entrepreneur who is being stalked by power hungry meter maids. The discovery of their secret society exposes us to a world that we could never prove existed.
Upon discovering she has the dance audition of a lifetime, Cahira's internal battle with schizophrenia threatens to destroy it.
After a series of conversations with his 8 year-old daughter about the current racial climate, Emmai was inspired by watching her make BLM signs and use art to express her feelings. Being a witness, he was moved to find creative ways to augment the voices that often get overlooked. Emmai and Makayla take ASL classes together and to this day, is important to their relationship
The history, lineage and future progressions of jazz dance.
The story of Jazz Dance is a complex one, it goes to the very heart of humanity.It is a story of triumph over adversity, oppression and privilege as well as a celebration, because ultimately, what all people have in common is rhythm and a basic human need to get down.
Quincy has been finding it difficult to cope with the death of his younger brother, who was wrongfully shot and killed by a police officer. When the officer is acquitted of all charges, he loses the little hope he had left in the justice system and in himself. As Quincy is pushed to face his emotions and navigate his new reality, he is presented with an opportunity to take matters into his own hands to try and give his brother the justice he deserves.
#WASHED – EPISODE 207: Dark Reality Pt. 1
"The heart wants what the heart wants… the heart is stupid"
Determined, focused, and ready for action; Carmen makes sure Mya has a good time with Trent, but Mark has a new plan to get her back. Amber dreams receive a rude awakening. Khloe seeks help from… Eric?
Vic Barret was just 12-years-old when Hurricane Sandy hammered his native New York City. "It's easy to feel like nature can't really touch you when you're in a concrete city. But in that moment, I realized the actions that perpetuate climate change were a direct cause of how that storm affected us." Since then, Vic has spoken to the United Nations, testified before Congress, and become one of 21 plaintiffs on the landmark U.S. constitutional climate change lawsuit Juliana v United States.
His message has traveled far, but he has one important audience he still struggles to reach: his own father.
We Have Reached the Moment follows Vic’s journey as he tries to explain to his climate-denying father the impacts of the climate crisis on their own disenfranchised communities. Adding to this deeply emotional challenge is Vic’s concurrent gender transition, shifting their relationship from father-daughter to father-son, for which there is no instructional manual. Vic ultimately, like any son or daughter, desires unconditional acceptance, love, and support from his parent… but how do we connect with loved ones when their belief systems undermine our very identity and right to a healthy future?
What Do You Do?! aims to expose career opportunities while highlighting the wild and often
non-linear journeys that lead us to our passions. For some of us, we know when we’re young.
For others, it comes later. For some, it’s clear. Others experience a fog of curiosities that led,
guided, pushed, pulled but ultimately called us to our life’s work.
Based on a true story, WHITE TEARS is a surreal dark comedy and adventure-fantasy.
Our victim and hopeful hero, Cedric, has a seemingly casual romantic rendezvous with a woman he met while traveling. Shortly after their meetup, the woman’s White Tears send Cedric’s whole being and world into a state of horror! He eventually snaps out of his shock and into an epiphany that sets him on a quest he masterminds to cure and unburden his people of the White Tears Epidemic™️, otherwise known as white liberal guilt.
Cedric might not save the world, but he’ll damn well try by bending science as we know it and defying the dangers of White Tears Radiation™️. Can White Tears be eradicated? Cedric thinks he’s the man for the job, and the idea of a world full of black love, joy and uninterrupted Black excellence sees him through to the final destination.
Based on several incidents of murder in the LGBTQIA community in Jamaica, WINSTON unpacks how societal homophobia can affect the psyche and culture of the population.
Winston is a young man left without options by the society he strives to live in.
Ahmaud gets tired of the racism that controls our world, so he uses a VR headset to escape to a better reality. But he quickly realizes that it is not what he thinks and he has to try to escape.
A horror story inspired by the mythology of werewolves in Haiti. Taking place in New Orleans, a rebellious teenager desperate for a night of freedom tries to sneak out of the house until he is stopped by a threatening figure.
YOU, ME, US...
An anthology series focusing on two individuals living on the
edge of suspense, family drama, and crime, while at times
feeling like complete strangers to each other. In every
installation of this series, we see the desperation to work
through their troubling circumstances while managing their
relationship the best way possible. Leaving the audience with
the unique opportunity to learn and grow with them along their journey.
Compilation of theatrical and commercial work from actor Zach Porter.