There were countless moments captured behind the lens during this documentary. Take a look at the photography from the very first days of the documentary.
#NeoSoul #Music #Africa
Checkout the UnOfficial Video I cooked up for Jazz Icon Melanie Charles' soulful ballad: "How Glad I Am." Featuring part of it in an upcoming episode.
- Paul Notice
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A quick prose written from the first few nights in Nairobi
This is one of the very first doc series I created with Glenn Quentin. The Heights follows a group of black & latinx actors living in Washington Heights, who are also performing in the musical, “The Heights.”
I wanna spotlight one of our favorite clients: Eugenia Shea Butter Co. They’ve been with us since the beginning, and are a Black-owned Mother-Daughter team that supports thousands of women farmers in Ghana.
Harriet. Tubman. Demon. SLAYER. 'Nuff said.
I've always complained about this bizarre trope we see in modern films. Checkout this awesome video that examines the use of "abduction as romance" in entertainment.
We're going to start fundraising for our new web series "Lost Boys." Here are some outtakes
Creative Producer Glenn Quinton & Executive Producer Paul Notice take a walk through Harlem, talk about politics and their new series, "Lost Boys."
Introducing a dark comedy that buys Shea Butter on the corner, watches "Get Out" at the Magic Johnson theater's 125th st.., and isn't scared to show #BlackBoyJoy when it sees #BlackGirlMagic This is Insecure & Atlanta for the Millennials of NYC. This is #LostBoys
YOU CAN'T DIE HERE
With crime at an all-time low, NYPD Chief of Detectives, Dermont Shea, is spear-heading a new media frenzy to encourage the city to continue spending millions in policing: Gangs are Coming Back. But are they?
Happy Labor Day! Take a look at the teaser of our latest doc: Shaw Boyz, which follows the groups of Black & Latinx skaters formed after the creation of DC's very first public skate park.
produced by Joshua Lopez directed & edited by Paul Notice