Celebrating our short, “Lew’s Up First”, which has now been selected into 4 Film Festivals including:
- The Legacy of Black Women in Film Showcase
- The Los Angeles CineFest
- The Cardiff International Film Festival
- The Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center
Congratulations to our cast and crew:
- Director and Producer: André Campbell
- Cast: Phillip Walker and Christie Black
- Director of Photography: Cricket Peters
- Script Supervisor: Tankia Williams
- Set PA’s: Cheryl Cordial and Scarlett Berrones
Synopsis of the short film:
Lew is ready to buy his first computer & Abbey the tech specialist has all the right tech answers for him. If he only knew what she was talking about. The film pays homage to Abbott & Costello’s, “Who’s On First”.
Our 4 month run of “Frida, Stroke of Passion” has come to an end.
It was an honor and privilege to be able to tell this powerful story while celebrating the life of Frida Kahlo with such an incredible cast and crew.
I’m forever grateful to have had the opportunity to bring the spirit of Josephine Baker to the stage during this run. VIVA FRIDA!!!
Thank you to our Writer/Director/Actress, Odalys Nanin and to our Co-Director, Nancy De Los Santos.
Please support: http://www.machatheatre.org
Love seeing Danny when I pop into the office!
Headshots by: Johny Marlow
Makeup by: Roczane Enriquez
Kim Crawford Wine, Sauvignon Blanc ‘Elevate the Moment’ Commercial.
Thank you, Anissa Williams Casting, CMS Productions, and Daniel Hoff Agency.
I had the best time on this magical shoot for “Visit Las Vegas” and The Venetian Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.
Having been born in Las Vegas, living in Italy for four years, and falling in love with the city of Venice as a child this opportunity was emotional for me. Deeply grateful.
Behind the scenes photos from the shoot.
Being in Fergie’s music video for “Love is Pain,” Directed by Nina Mcneely was an honor! This song happens to be my favorite on her new album, “Double Dutchess.”
It was an honor to play the role of Gee-Gee Palmer in the Musical Dramedy, “The First Lady of Zion” Written and Directed by Don B. Welch! Performing at the beautiful Wilshire Ebell Theatre among an incredibly talented cast of artists was a dream.
Had a blast attending Beautycon LA… it’s a girls dream come true!
Fun feature and interview with Indie Activity.
Link to interview: Indie Activity Interview with Christie Black