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A REEL Good Time

In Communication, Griot, Movies, Networking, Politics on February 24, 2011 at 5:19 pm

Yes it was! Yes it was!
A REEL Good Time filled with networking hugs.

We walked the red carpet rug with David Smalls and Tangela
and was snapped by PAUL ☛☛photo journalist w/The Examiner.

I had a blast at the 5th Annual TBFF last night.
The company was great and the films were tight.

There was M. Legend Brown & Sharice Henry Chasi
who reeled a side of schizophrenia – that was insightful & mentally nasty.

There was Michael Graysons short film piece “The Assignment”
A show of corporate espionage and retribution – gone violent.

Then “The Caucus” showed up on the silver — and I was one happy lady;
for I am the co-writer and director of the witty and insightful baby.

“The American Dream” and “Katrina’s Son”
both went hard and bore “reel weight” in their sums.

Hanny Lee was responsible for the show of: “The American Dream”
While Ya’Ke‘s work on “Katrina’s Son” ripped a big hole in the American seam.

Yes – It was deep ya’ll
“Katrina’s Son” was a direct & metaphoric wake up call.

“Take Too Long” was an animated film about Hurrican Katrina too.
It was sobering and sad – but was ‘a filmmakers truth’.

Also in the house, was a Rob Underhill film
his sole actor: Mike Wiley — can’t help but to win.
Last year Rob hit us up with “Empty Spaces” an Emmett Till spin
This years point of view: “The Wolf” was “on said topic” again.

I was crunk last night without the ‘juice or the gin’ or any other kind of stall.
I even walked the red carpet with SOULFOOD’s moma: Ms. Erma P. Hall.
Ow!

THANK YOU to everyone who supported me and came out – I felt the love,
I’m Qui
That REEL thankful she – who enjoyed your networking hugs.

The TBFF will be in full swing tonight, Friday and Saturday
so annytime is a good time to drop in and “Support Convey“.
That’s WHAT WE DO – Hey-ey!🙂

In REEL Element

The Caucus

In Movies, Networking, News, Politics on February 7, 2011 at 10:29 pm

“THE CAUCUS” is the name of a short film Directed by Qui. It’s witty, educational and straight to the point.

The year was 2008 and the first black presidential candidate was fighting to be the democratic nominee. African Americans turned out in droves to vote in support of such a historical play in process. Technology made the presidents campaign a success and it was technology that facilitated the cell phone call that leads us into our 2 minute witty and insightful short film that has been chosen for screening at this years TEXAS BLACK FILM FESTIVAL [February 23-26, Dallas, TX]

Qui Films is the name of our production company – drop in on us: Qui Films and Qui Movies. We definitely are looking forward to you coming out and supporting us and the TEXAS BLACK FILM FESTIVAL on February 23 – 26. Let’s make history together, let’s keep caucusing, and may we always, always, always keep it REEL.