The MACRO Lodge at Sundance

Thanks to everyone who watched and reached out after seeing the ‘Black Muslim Narratives’ panel. Always humbled by your support and gratified to be serving something bigger than myself. For those who missed it (or want to rewatch), here’s the full panel. Enjoy!

First ‘Trip’ to Sundance…

I’m blessed to announce I have an active role in ‘Utah’ this year… Monday, February 1st, I’m on the panel ‘A New Narrative: Championing Authentic Black Muslim Stories’, as part of the 4th Annual MACRO Lodge at the Sundance Film Festival. The panel is free to the public, but an account needs to be made […]

My New Lab…

Very happy to tell you the pandemic hasn’t completely stopped my momentum… ‘Midnight In Kansas’ continues to impress, and I can announce myself as one of the eight writers chosen for this year’s MPAC Hollywood Screenwriting Lab. As I said at Urbanworld last summer, I hate that this country continues to make this story evergreen, […]

No Time to Die

Well, I’ll start with the relatively obvious: I’ve never been happier or more at peace. Anything is possible. I’m not saying that in the optimistic way, but in the pessimistic way. A few of you have at some point read Manning Marable’s excellent breakdown of Malcolm’s life; more of you I think watched the recent […]

2019

Where to begin? I finally made it to the Playboy Jazz Festival this year. I finally made it to Strawberry Fields. I had a strong feeling that John was going to play ‘Continuum’ live at the Forum, but I was too deep in the eye of the hurricane at that moment to go to that […]

Urbanworld 2019

The momentum continues… It’s public information now that my last feature script, ‘Midnight In Kansas’, is one of the three finalists in the Screenplay Competition of the 2019 Urbanworld Film Festival. Urbanworld has been on my radar for years as a lover of black films; being welcomed into the Urbanworld Family this year means a […]