After The Hurricane
After The Hurricane traces the steps of a young woman (Charlie) when she is confronted with a potentially life-altering decision– to sell or not to sell a bequeathed home. Her deceased aunt's residence can best be described as a storm-ravaged boathouse standing among Southampton mansions. The property, infused with the essence of Charlie's childhood-self, forces the young photographer to confront repressed aspirations. Living with a terribly pragmatic investment banker in NYC, Charlie must reconcile the path she is on with the one she desires.
In 1920, the Volstead Act made the sale and purchase of alcohol illegal in the United States, spurring the growth of a violent underground industry. Bootlegger's Picnic follows a young man on an adventure with his older brother when he comes face to face with the darker side of the family business.
A grown-ass slacker unwittingly courts disaster as a pet sitting job descends into a state of utter confusion. Calling in help from the responsible adult world, our reluctant hero attempts to solve the unsolvable, all without expending too much effort in the process.
Souvenirs of Love: Part 2
Jazz legends come together to play on composer/producer Meeco's Souvenirs of Love album in NYC. Interviews in the recording studio with: Meeco, Yahzarah, John Scofield, Richard Bona, Victor Lewis, Dezron Douglas, Wallace Roney, Shedrick Mitchell, and Vincent Herring.