Here is some recent news about my connections.
Please check out these projects and follow the creatives behind them.
Danielle Earle of PL Entertainment and Tori V. from 14th & B Productions, are producing “Mighty Voices,” a live production dedicated to the celebration of true intersectional feminism through poetry, song, dance, and storytelling.
One more exciting bit of news about Danielle Earle: She will be featured in a book for the International Women Artists’ Salon, in their inaugural book highlighting women in the arts around the world.
A film in which Okema T. Moore appears, “The Tale of Four”, will be at Nantucket Film Festival. The film is directed by Gabby Sidibe.
Okema will be in the play “Harlem Haven” by Eddie Goines, Directed by Bill Johnson. She will be portraying Ingrid.
Episodes of “Shock Nation” by Kimia’ Workman are now available.
I was at the release party for this web series; I posted about it here.
On June 25, 2017, I attended a Cast Meeting in advance of the second season of filmmaker Jolie East-Miji’s web series “B-City”. Discussion included the shooting schedule, episode content, character inter-relationships, and future goals.
“August in the City”, written by Lisa Tedesco and directed by Christie Conochalla, is an official selection of the North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (being held in August).
Vickie Natale has submitted her song “Medicine” for Grammy consideration, in the dance music category. In addition, the music video is being shot in Paris.
Sharrie Mccain’s script for her film “Collision Envisage” has won Best Short Film Script at the NYC Indie Film Awards.
Randy and I saw Jazzzelle in concert on July 11, 2017, at Drift on 7th, Washington, DC. She performed American standards. In this video, she is performing “Georgia On My Mind”. And, for those in the DMV, she will be at the same location July 27, 2017.
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Originally published July 15, 2017. Updated August 20, 2020 to adjust category assignments.