WHAT WE OFFER
If you can dream it and need help framing it or creating it, we can help. Our staff of industry experienced professionals will work with you through all of the developmental stages that your budget allows. Once you have completed our screening process. You will be assigned an Account Manager who will help walk you through these stages to production so you can share what God has placed in your heart for the World. The process begins with you sending an email about your idea, your budget, and requesting a consultation.
FEATURED MOVIE & PLAYS
Is simple to provide black film makers and content creators the opportunity and place to share their Faith stories and experiences in such a way that it Empowers, Encourages, and Inspires viewers to move toward a greater level of Faith in Jesus Christ.
Meet Our Founders
Chad Lawson Cooper
Chad Everette Lawson Cooper (born February 17, 1971) is an American performer, filmmaker producer, director, writer, and composer who specializes in the gospel genre. In collaboration with Alicia Robinson Cooper, his wife of over 24 years. Reverend Cooper is the creator & writer of the nationally touring stage play: CHURCH MESS, which is billed as haven been the longest-running gospel stage play in the U.S.
Cooper is well known to theater audiences for his performances as William Gray in CHURCH MESS, and being the lead vocalist in the celebrated singing group Soul Tempo who was featured in the blockbuster film: THE PREACHERS WIFE. As a filmmaker, Cooper has produced & co-produced several feature films along with his wife Alicia Robinson Cooper, Hollywood Great Harry Lennix & Super Producer Mann Robinson. His stage plays are estimated to have grossed around $20 million in revenue YTD.
Dr. Cooper has worked with a pantheon of iconic gospel stars.and has been featured in several national publications, Cooper attended Florida A&M University and graduated from Springfield College. He earned his bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Religion and a Doctorate in Theology.
When: Initial Release - April 2005
JUSTICE ON TRIAL THE PLAY:
BLACK LIVES MATTER TOO
When: Initial Release - April 2007
Meet Our Founders
Harry Lennix is an accomplished film, television, and stage actor. His recent credits include Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel", The CW's "Emily Owens, M.D.", Fox's "Dollhouse," HBO's "Little Britain," as well as the critically acclaimed series "24" as Walid Al-Rezani.
Harry Joseph Lennix III was born November 16, 1964 in Chicago, Illinois, to Lillian C. (Vines), a laundress, and Harry Lennix, Jr., a machinist. He is of African-American and Louisiana Creole descent. He was not always certain he wanted to be an actor. An A student, he decided to act in his high school's play while he waited for the baseball season to begin. Lennix attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he was recognized in "Who's Who Among American College Students." He majored in Acting and Direction at Northwestern and upon graduation stayed teaching in Chicago for a bit, before moving to New York, and from there to Los Angeles, California.
He has appeared in a veritable bevy of movies and guest-starring roles in many popular television shows such as ER (1994), Diagnosis Murder (1993), Century City (2004), and House (2004).
He founded Legacy Productions with renowned director Chuck Smith in 1989. The company is dedicated to promoting significant works about the African American experience. He is on the staff of the Goodman Theater Co. He also is active in various civic groups and is on the Advisory Council for his alma mater, Northwestern University.
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