Michael Johnson's "Brothers Incorporated" (USA, 2009, 23 min.) This award-winning film film follows Marcus as he is poised to take control of his father's company - Philadelphia's Black Mafia circa 1963. Shot on location in Penn., this is the filmmaker's USC thesis film. Terence Anthony "Choke" (USA, 2009, 7 min.) This edgy comedy is an animated adaptation of Terence's original play by the same name. Marcus Stokes' "Chains" (USA, 2010, 14 min.) A sneak peek at the brand new short starring Andre Royo (The Wire) and John Hensley (Nip/Tuck) before it launches its highly anticipated festival premieres. Rashaad Ernesto Green's "Choices" (USA, 2009, 4 min.) A Sundance Official Selection. One of two short films completed right after the filmmaker's multi - award winning NYU student short "Premature". Andre Campbell's " " (USA, 2008, 6 min.) A promiscuous housewife learns the true meaning of A Friend You Can Trust. A collaboration with Kimberley Browning of Hollywood Shorts. Discussion to follow with , Marcus Stokes and Terence Anthony.
Saturday, February 27 – 7:30 PM
American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre (in the Spielberg Theatre screening room)
6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028