All right. So it’s official. The tickets for the Water In A Broken Glass premiere are on sale right now. Please, click on the link and get your tickets early because they are moving fast. I want to sincerely thank you all for the support you’ve given me and this project. I dreamed that something like this could happen but didn’t truly believe that dream would ever come true. Now, Thursday, March 1, 2018, Water In A Broken Glass the film will premiere at the Senator in Baltimore at 7 pm. I would absolutely love for you to share this special day with me. So get your tickets as soon as possible. Thank you a thousand times. See you on March 1st.
Hey Y’all. Christmas is just a few days away. If you are still looking for that great gift, I have two–Water In A Broken Glass and In The Mirror. Click on the links and order you copies today. I hope y’all have a very Merry Christmas.
Well, the Indiegogo Water In A Broken Glass Finishing Funds Campaign has wrapped. And thanks to the generosity of our friends and family, we raised $5,140 of our $45,000 Goal, and we had 99 Backers. It was a great campaign. And while we did not reach our goal, we truly appreciate each and every person who shared and contributed to our campaign. So now we are getting ready for the premiere, which will be Thursday, March 1, 2018 at the Senator Theater in Baltimore, 7 pm sharp. The red carpet will be rolled out and we hope to see you strutting your stuff on it. Stay tuned for information about tickets and the after party. Once again, thank you so much for all your help.
On Saturday, December 2nd, a few friends and I got together with the Black Writers Guild of Maryland to form a panel entitled From Journey From Book to the Big Screen. It was one of the best meeting the Guild has ever had. In addition to myself, the panel featured author and filmmaker, Teresa Davis, rapper, videographer, and filmmaker, Kang Cole, Filmmaker and designer, Devin J. Ricks, and filmmaker Jamelle Williams-Thomas.
We discussed everything from when Jamelle first read Water In A Broken Glass to how to write a screenplay. Also, several members of the Guild pitched their novels to Jamelle, Devin, Teresa, and Cole to get feedback on what it would take to adapt their books to a movie.
I had an absolute ball and so did the members of the Guild.