Didn't I Ask For Tea?
"Didn't I Ask For Tea?" is a romantic dramedy short film. When an apartment falls through, Brandy must scramble to find a place in an overheated rental market. Too little money, too much advice, and a budding romance make for a humorous, if not nerve-wrecking, search.
Screened at Brooklyn Museum as part of "Women Changemakers" program, Pan African Film Festival 2015, Black Star Film Festival, Roxbury International Film Festival, Black Harvest Film Festival, Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival, Rwanda International Film Festival, Paris Black Movie Summer Festival, Reel Sisters Film Festival, Los Angeles Black Film Festival, and the Downtown Urban Arts Film Festival. WATCH THE FILM ON VIMEO.
Maya vs. Settling (In Development)
Feature film dramedy
After a by-the-books literary agent breaks up with her longtime boyfriend, she has to confront some painful realities about her health, her career, and her own relationship with societal expectations. The script was selected for the film financing lab at New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) in 2019, and placed in the top 15% in the 2019 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting competition. Script and one-page overview available upon request.
The Summer is Mine (In Development)
Feature film satire comedy
Two young, famous Black women rappers, one privileged and one "from the streets," vie for the title of "King of New York" after a public fallout and release of their hit song of the summer collabo. As the tabloid rivalry between the delusional Queen of rap and the emerging unsigned hype intensifies, they are forced to confront the underlying truths of their beef, which is rooted in class inequality.