July 29th, 2016 Brooklyn, New York
Corazón will be screened as part of the Bondfire Radio Independent Film Night in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Myself and other featured filmmakers will be at the screening and will take part in a panel discussion followed by an afterparty!
Via Bondfire Radio:
Bondfire Radio is joining forces with The Luminal Theater to bring you an exclusive Pop Up night of independent short films, a panel, and after party. A fundraiser with flair!
-Short Film Screening
-Panel facilitated by Curtis John of The Luminal Theater.
-After Party sounds by iLLSpokkin (Freestyle Mondays) & Macedonia (Both Sides of The Surface)
Complete with concession stand!
To purchase tickets:
It’s that time again! My short film Corazón screened at this wonderful Brooklyn based film festival last summer. This year, The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival’s kicking things off with the Brooklyn Premiere of Spike Lee’s new documentary 2 Fists Up. Tickets can be purchased here. The festival runs from June 4th-12th.
Memphis TN, here’s your chance to catch my latest short film on the big screen! “Corazon” is headed to the south to screen at The Outflix Film Festival Monday 2/29/16. The festival begins at 6:30 at Malco Studio on the Square. My film is a late entry so it is not listed on their website but it will be screened :-). If you’re in town, do check out the film along with the other film selections for the evening.
My latest short film Corazón has been featured in a wonderful newsletter called Tomorrow Looks Bright http://www.tomorrowlooksbright.com/. Via the TLB website:
Tomorrow Looks Bright is a weekly newsletter that curates high quality impactful projects and products from around the internet with the intent to showcase the bountiful creative energy of Black women creators. The idea of designer, Kristy Tillman, Tomorrow Looks Bright Weekly provides the combinatorial link to learn about all of the amazing things Black women are doing and creating that remains scattered across the web. The core ethos behind this project is to galvanize our collective (and those who wish to advance us) around a common creative force to provide support and awareness to sustain our ventures.
Corazón, along with short films Black Girl in Suburbia and In Pursuit are featured in the latest newsletter #17 which can be viewed here: http://us11.campaign-archive2.com/?u=ac41ea43294acc5e7daf818e2&id=646ee73ccf
Be sure to sign up for the TLB newsletter here.
That’s right, in addition to viewing it online via The Demo Real Youtube channel, my short film Corazón can now be viewed on the Roku Box via the Brooklyn on Demand Channel. When you get to the channel, find the new “Free Titles” tab, then go to “New Indies” then “Drama” and you will see the film there. I’m delighted and honored to have the film on another digital platform that will allow it to reach a new audience. Spread the word, and if you haven’t seen the film, check it out and let me know what you think!
In case you didn’t hear, my short film Corazon has been picked up for digital distribution and the first outlet to premiere the film online is Demo Reel. You may watch the film in its entirety below or on the Demo Reel home page. Enjoy!
Watch my interview with the creator of Demo Real about the film Corazón.
That’s right, you can now see my short film “Corazón” in its entirety online courtesy of the new Youtube channel “Demo Real“! After a successful film festival run, the film is now in its digital distribution phase and is premiering on the new YouTube channel “Demo Real”. Head over to their youtube page or stay right here and watch the film below or watch it on my short films page. I’m excited to share the film with those who were not able to make the film festival screenings and am looking forward to all of the reactions that I’m sure to get. Enjoy!
My 3rd short film will be screening on August 19 as part of the “Bring Your Own Film” screening series at Shoestring press in Brooklyn. Shoestring Press in located on 663 Classon Avenue in Brooklyn. The screening starts at 7:30pm, see you there!