Generational Wealth, Entrepreneurship, Grief, Sexuality, and Identity are all words that can describe Carlton Daniel Jr.’s short film “HOMEGOING”.
Making his unbelievable transition from one of the most sought-after crew dancers to leading man in Netflix’s highly anticipated series “Wu Assassins” (out August 2019), multi-faceted actor, musician, and dancer Lawrence Kao is set to take over the industry in 2019.
The year is 1979; the location, Atlanta. The city is enveloped in a time of change, but just when it feels like Atlanta is turning towards an era of peaceful prosperity, two 14-year-old boys go missing. A few days later a woman stumbles across their remains, with one boy fatally shot and the other strangled. This incident begins a horrifying 23 months, with a total of 29 African-American children being stolen from their families and killed.
Four years after the devastating tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina that shook the nation, “EMANUEL,” movie to open in theaters nationwide through Fathom Events on June 17 and 19 only. Documenting the events of June 17, 2015, “EMANUEL” is a powerful documentary that examines how faith, hope, and forgiveness healed a devastated community after the heinous church shooting at Emanuel A.M.E., carried out by white supremacist Dylan Roof.