This is an excerpt from "38th and Chicago". The intersection where George Floyd was murdered in Minnesota. Written by Bryan-Keyth Wilson.
In this scene from Evil Needs A Body. While taping, we were forced to make changes. Unfortunately, we had no time for rewrites, so I improvised the entire scene and we still won an award for best writing.
A highly decorated retired Navy Seal, Roland (Gregory M. Mitchell) suddenly disappears without a trace in order to protect his loved ones. He is determined to elude an evil spirit with catastrophic intentions.
Awards: Best Actor, Best Writing, Best Direction, Best Costumes, Best Special Effects and Best Film (Runner-Up).
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Holler Daze is a film about a young woman confronting the man who sexually assaulted her as a teenager. Kay takes us through the story of how unforgiving life can be and how when you make your mind up, you can overcome any adversity. Kay tells us this story using the elegance of poetry but maintaining the harshness of her reality.