Written and Directed by Stacey Muhammad
Lens by: J. Anders Urmacher of The NY Frequency
REDEMPTION, For Colored Boys, starring Julito McCullum (Da Brick, The Wire, Akeelah & the Bee) and Rob Morgan (Pariah, Shades of Brooklyn) follows the life of Benjamin Boyd, Sr. who, after nine years in prison is determined to reunite his family by rekindling the love between he and his wife and reassuming his role as father to his teenage daughter Sidney and his troubled 20 year old son E.
REDEMPTION, For Colored Boys is currently on the festival circuit.
Web series coming soon! stay tuned!
Directed by Stacey Muhammad this film explores Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome and it’s connection to depression.
Black women and men from different walks of life speak openly and candidly about depression, mental illness, anxiety, stress…why these discussions are considered taboo in the African American community..and ways in which we begin to … and continue to … heal the wounds.
Directed by Stacey Muhammad.
“Long Live the Spirit of the Million Man March.”
Excerpt from the film, “A Glimpse of Heaven, The Legacy of the Million Man March”. Clip shot in 2005 at the Black Luv Festival in Washington, DC. This clip is from the documentary film, “A Glimpse of Heaven, the Legacy of the Million Man March”
The Tao of Slick from the album Jazzhall: Epitome of Epiphany
on Itunes and Emusic.