21 and Done
(Hollywood, CA) – FILMS WITH A PURPOSE(FWAP) will host the compelling new documentary on aging out of the foster care system – “21 and Done”. The film will premiere Sunday, April 29, 2018, 10:00 am at the 24th Annual African American Film Marketplace (AAFM) and S.E. Manly Short Film Showcase being held April 28 – 29, 2018 at Raleigh Studios by The Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (BHERC). Some of the filmmakers who have had their FWAP premiered or screened at the AAFM, include: Forgiveness writer-director Satie Gossett and Child Support 2017 Directors Guild of America Jury award-winning writer-director Alcee H. Walker.
Child Support, is written and directed by Alcee H. Walker. It is an 8-minute story that will showcase how young girls struggle to find emotional outlets through the lens of school violence.
Agents of Change
AGENTS OF CHANGE, A COMPELLING DOCUMENTARY RECOUNTS COLLEGE CAMPUS PROTESTS BY STUDENTS of COLOR
It is the story of an African American boy who explores the brutal history of America’s role in slavery.