Happy Friday my people! This week’s show kicks off the DC Black Film Festival showcase on Picture Lock. For the next few weeks I’ll be bringing you interviews with some of the filmmakers whose films are in the festival. I gotta say, I really enjoyed getting the backstory to our filmmakers and it helped me appreciate their films even more.
On Friday August 17th we’ll be showing a Love and Heartbreak block of films that deal with love and the heartbreak that sometimes comes with it. So today I’m speaking with Chad Quinn, writer/director of For The Love of Musiq; Savannah Kopp, writer/producer of The Wedding Scene; Bruce Gorman Jr., writer/producer/director of Thurman Comes Home; and Praheme, writer/director of Stuck. Your definitely going to to want to see these films at the festival, and you’ll enjoy getting to know these filmmakers and the stories behind their films on the show today.
Check out Chad Quinn here: https://www.instagram.com/cuttyq/?hl=en
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Check out Thurman Comes Home here: https://www.facebook.com/ThurmanComesHome/
Find out more about Stuck here: https://www.praheme.com/
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