Black Love Manifesto; A Suite in 5 movements uses photography, video, poetry and music to illuminate and celebrate the beauty and power of Blackness. It is a poetic mosaic of Black history, Black resilience, resistance and revolution, Black excellence, Black Joy and Black Love. It’s a medicinal balm for a weary and wounded people during these horrifying times. It is a battery for perseverance, remembering and hope.
With the ongoing campaign of police terror and the violence of white supremacy, Black Love Manifesto is poetic mediation on the indelible spirit of African Americans that pulled a mighty people through centuries of trauma. It is a celebration of melanin magic, antiquity and the life force of love… the kryptonite. Black Love Manifesto honors our past, salutes our current journey and envisions freedom.
Why do we dance for the dead? To most people, jazz funerals are a mystery.
After having chronic writer’s block, a grieving sister finds solace in virtual reality.
After an explosion rocks a small town, Lady M is abandoned and bullied by the company that took everything from her. Left with no options, she takes matters into her own hands. There is only one person that can stop her. Revenge is Justice.
A secret obsession leads down a dark path resulting in grim consequences.
New youth are hatched to Lovebugs Honey and Zoe in New Orleans, Louisiana. Join the adventure as these new parents make the tough decision not to mate their youth at hatch. This is truly a love story the entire family can enjoy.
Terrell Jones has all the ingredients anyone needs to give up. His father deceased, leaving him “man of the house”, to take care of his younger sister and now drug addicted mother. He doesn’t live in the best of neighborhoods and his only other real friend is his girlfriend Tracey. Yet through a series of events (with help from a particular entity) Terrell not only manages to cope, he thrives. His next accomplishment lies at his fingertips, as he receives a partial acceptance letter from an HBCU. Only catch, he has to tell them why they should accept him. With what seems like a simple task, the unexpected loss of Terrell’s go-to support entity spirals him into a world of self-doubt. Can he do this on his own? Can he accomplish anything else with without what he feels, is responsible for him flourishing?
After a fun and wild night in New Orleans, a tourist wakes up in his motel room to an awful surprise.
The Road to Justice follows two groups on a civil rights tour through the American South as they reckon with our painful history of racial injustice. The first, a group of predominantly Black middle school students from Chicago, and the second, a group of older Americans who lived through the 1960’s Civil Rights era. They come face to face with the leaders and everyday heroes whose courage and perseverance paved the way for future generations. The film was produced in partnership with The Nation, which began as the abolitionist newspaper “The Liberator” in 1831
A cinematic poem bringing a different perspective and positivity in the fight against racial injustice.
A young girl with an out-of-world musical ability discovers that she’s just been hanging with the wrong crowd after picking up celestial messages from an alien colony.