Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Check out the pilot presentation " Bros Before Hos" is written by Benjamin Cory Jones takes a comedic look at three brothers, 2 straight and 1 gay on their search to find love. Bros Before Hos is being pitched to major networks (BET, Comedy Central, FX, etc..). Make sure you check out the 11 min pilot, So to help gain more exposure for this excellent series, please share the pilot presentation below on your favorite social media networks. Cant wait to hopefully see this on my tv screen really soon,because we need to see more african american content on tv for us and by us, because at the end of the day we are the only ones that can make a change to bringing us to the forefront.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
AfroPunk is “the most multicultural festival in the US,” the word AFROPUNK itself has become synonymous with open-minded, non-conforming and unconventional, placing the institution at the epicenter of urban culture inspired by alternative music.
Adamant in promoting diversity, the festival stage is always studded with music’s most distinct acts.
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The search and longing for love that will never come in my opinion. I have always long for the love and have never really felt what it is. There where several instances when I thought i had finally found only to be deceived by what was probably strong lust. I am a loner, and i have come to the realization that i will always be alone, and i have accepted that and in some case, i believe its a good thing. I can only count on me at the end of the day, even though others can count on me if and when the times comes, but when its my turn in need, its always disappointment. They say you shouldn't put your trust in man, but its my nature too and slowly and surely i have been learning not to get to excited so easily over any situation which i foresee could be a positivity stride in my life. No there is no negative thoughts, because am in constant positivity of what life challenges are ahead. Pressing forward as i always do with every hurdle, i am indeed a survivor of the bumpy roller coaster. I am optimistic though that one day love will take over. Until that time all i have is me.
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Malcolm D. Lee who directed Best Man and Best Man Holiday walked the red carpet this past sunday in nyc at American Black Film Festival to support his cousin Spike Lee new film "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" and confirms that there will be a best man 3 and also talks longevity as a director.
Monday, June 23, 2014
Actor Omari Hardwick talks Power series, Being Mary Jane and more from the red carpet of Spike Lee's indie movie "Da Blood of Sweet Jesus" at the 18th annual American Black Film Festival in NYC.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Last night in New York City Patrik Ian Polk's latest film "Blackbird" made its debut as part of the American Black Film Festival at the SVA Theatre to a packed house of eager movie goers. D. Woods and Torrey Laamar were both on hand at the screening along with Patrik for the New York City premier. Blackbird is currently on a film festival run and is close to a distribution deal that will make the movie available nationwide soon so that the rest of you guys can see this amazing ensemble tell a powerful story that only Patrik Ian Polk can tell of a young man coming to grips with his sexuality as well as dealing with the conflict of his religious beliefs.
Based on the novel by Larry Duplechan, Blackbird is a powerful coming-of-age story about 17-year-old Randy Rousseau. A devout high school choir boy, Randy is struggling to come to terms with his sexuality in a small, religiously-conservative Mississippi town he calls home. Randy juggles his role as star of the church choir while facing the everyday trials of life as a high school misfit. Complicating matters, his little sister has gone missing and his parents have subsequently split up, leaving him to care for his heartbroken mother, Claire. When Claire discovers the shocking secret her son has been hiding, she blames him for the disappearance of his sister. Randy’s father, Lance, who has been keeping a watchful eye on his broken family, steps in to give his son a hand as he struggles to make the difficult transition into manhood.
Friday, June 20, 2014
Hey guys the American Black Film Festival kicked off last night with the Think Like A Man Too movie premier at the SVA Theatre on 23rd Street, and an abundance of stars showed up on the red carpet to show support to the cast and directors Tim Story & Will Packer. On Hand to walk the red carpet were actress Nicey Nash, Terrence J, Morris Chestnut who is this year's ABFF Ambassador, Kevin Hart, Rapper Fabolous, Rapper T.I., Actor/Rapper Ice T, Omari Hardwick, Actor Robert Townsend, Singer Ashanti, Actor Romany Malco, Boxer Roy Jones Jr, Actor Brad James, Actress Tatyana Ali and also not pictured below Bill Duke. Please go out this weekend and support the movie Think Like A Man Too which is out in theaters now! Also follow me on Instagram Andresflava, Twitter Andresflava all weekend for video and pics from the various red carpet screenings.