WHO WILL REMEMBER
A Universal Human Rights Historical Feature-Film Drama Inspired by the true story of the Writer's Grandmother, who survived the Armenian Genocide of 1915.
My Music My Dream
A Unique Take On Reality Television With Built-In Social Media and International Appeal. A Musical Olympics That Morphs Into A New Motown.
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The Scottsboro Boys
True story set in 1931 about 9 black youths wrongly convicted of the rape of two white women aboard a train. The black youths ranging in age 12 to 19 would be sentenced to death row and would set off a firestorm in Alabama and across the country.
UNSUNG: The Forgotten
Faced with a decision that may cost him his life, a soldier is torn between his family and their concern about his PTSD or re-deploying in order to seek revenge for his daughter’s death.
“Love Under Pressure”
by Showoff Entertainment
A Motion Picture ProductionEncino, CA
1913: Paterson Silk Mills Strike
by Andrew Jacob
Due to the impertinent and very indecent types of unexpected duties performed at the silk mills, from child labor, sexual harassment, verbal humiliations and very unsafe working conditions, after each work day, many of those poverty stricken individuals had to walk home with water continuously dripping from their clothing. Many of those silk workers succumbed from tuberculosis or other types of respiratory diseases. Nineteen of my ancestors were involved within this strike, At least five of them actually did work in the Paterson's silk mills. The many occurrences during this silk strike as well as afterwards really affected their bread-and-butter including their entire livelihood. One of my great grand ancestors (James Harkness Bowman) passed away, during this strike, on May 10, 1913, from an unusual disease, known as 'Bright's Disease', due to possibly being among toxic fumes within many silk mills in Paterson.