Otis’ Dream tells one story of an African American who in 1946, was determined to make America live up to its promise of representative government as he set out to cast his first vote. However, we know that there are many more heroic stories in families across America that deserve to be told.
The City On the Hill
With more billionaires per capita than anywhere else in the world, San Francisco, California is facing a homeless crisis arguably worse than some third-world nations. City on the Hill exposés the harsh realities and consequences of gentrification in a city home to the highest housing costs in the country.
846 is the story of two men who cross paths on a day they will change their lives forever. Dr. Marcus Mann, an established lung surgeon, but an ordinary guy, has the best and worst day of his life. He’s getting married and he has the opportunity to save a young boy’s life. Officer Chad Cummins is new to the force and is in training for the LAPD, Today he and his wife got the news they have been hoping for; They are finally approved with a highly recommended specialized doctor to perform the emergency transplant for their young son, who’s been adversely affected by COVID 19. Both men, similar settings in life are about to cross paths on what will be a life changer and a day they will never forget.
Wheels on the Bus
Mother and daughter wait at a bus stop. The daughter decides to sing “The Wheels on the Bus” to pass the time.
A Protest Video to support Black Lives Matter
Blood at the Root
Blood at the Root is a short film centered around the magical experiences of a young Black man named Malik Baron (Oliver Smith-Perrin) set in the bayou of New Orleans and the magical HBCU Caiman University he attends.