Writer, Director, Producer (2017 )
The award winning short about a birthday and a large check, The Bill screened at over a dozen festivals.
Lena and ten other women could not be more excited to celebrate Barbie's 35th birthday. When an unexpectedly huge bill arrives, the happy birthday dissolves into drama. As Lena works tirelessly to align the group, she ultimately reaches a point of no return. The Bill comically celebrates friends from all walks of life, as they react to an experience that is all too common.
Official website is here.
Writer, Director (2018)
After the death of her mega pastor father, successful corporate attorney Dahlia White just wants to move on to bigger and better things. But her uber religious family won’t allow her to forget. As she attempts to develop a promising new relationship with neighbor Sean, baggage from the past threatens to haunt her future.
Executive Producer, Produced By (2018)
King Ester tells the story of a trans woman attempting to escape New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina threatens the city. King Ester is written and directed by Dui Jarrod.
King Ester will screen at several festivals this summer including American Black Film Festival, SLAYFEST, Frameline and Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival.
Learn more about King Ester here.
Executive Producer, Produced By, Director Ep. 2 (2018)
Sauce is the story of hotshot chef Moon Hampton, seeking redemption and reinvention after an alleged #MeToo allegation. Sauce is written and directed by Dui Jarrod.
Sauce is in post-production and will screen at several festivals this summer in Seattle International Film Festival. Sauce will premiere on Emmy-winning cable channel BRIC TV in Winter 2019.
Lifeline is a short produced in conjunction with Women’s Weekend Film Challenge. The dystopian narrative explores the disturbing impact of social media in 2016. Lifeline is complete and in the festival submission phase.
Executive Producer (2012)
The award winning classic documentary about the fashion battle at the Palace of Versailles in 1973. Written and directed by Deborah Riley Draper, Versailles '73: American Runway Revolution is being developed into a feature. A Coffee Bluff Pictures production.
Official website and where you can watch here.
Producing Executive (2016)
The award winning documentary true story about the 17 African American athletes who competed on behalf of the US Olympic team during the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. Olympic Pride, American Prejudice was nominated for a 2017 NAACP Image Award.
Official website and where to watch here.