Sunshine Celluloid RACIST RIGHTS Special Screening
Sunday, Nov 19, 5pm at Cinema Paradiso Hollywood
Frankie Wilks comes from a very racist family. He and his two brothers were born into a world of hate. Now that their father is deceased, their mother, Delores, is carrying on that unwanted trait. But all hell breaks loose when Frankie meets a pretty African-American girl and falls in love with her. And she with him. Adding insult to injury, she eventually moves in the racist family, but the brothers are dead set against it.
Writer-Producer: Jerome-Anthony Larkin / Cinematographer: Anthony Dones / Production Designer: Anthony Dones, Jerome-Anthony Larkin / Editor-Composer: Wallace Smith / Cast: Jaquise Coleman, Chris Easey, Mireya Kilmon, Luke Cartwright, Brian Adam Mahoney, Serge Mardy, Frantz Deofils, Charlotte Addams / firstname.lastname@example.org
Director: Jerome-Anthony Larkin started in the business as an actor and model with Barbizon 10 years ago. After moving to New York for a failed attempt at actor’s stardom, he returned to South Florida and started writing his own storylines, beginning with plays, and then moving on to film. This is his 3rd film, after his award-winning two films, “The Life Exchange” and “Love & Contempt”.