Fast Eddie: wayward dad, tortured soul, wanna be tough guy, spares no emotional expense while trying to repair his relationship with his filmmaker daughter. An irrepressible character, Eddie exposes himself body and soul setting the record straight, while giving the filmmaker an extraordinary muse and the father she never had.
If my childhood was one of repression, Andy's was an explosion. He was the conduit for all of the energy on the block, an energy created by millions of small and seemingly inconsequential actions in the rest of the world that were having their equal but opposite reactions right here in the middle of Andy's life.
A feature film that spans 3 years in the life of Big Trigg, Itchy Finga Sha, Foogie, K.O., and Skinnie Minnie as they roll from the streets of Brooklyn to L.A. in search of $$$$$$.
A Previously Unreleased Chapter from Money, Power, Respect...Pictures of my Neighborhood
BACK ON THE BLOCK , an ongoing series of multi media short films that
continue to document the lives of Andy & Tata, Jeanette's Story, and
Moya since the Publication of Money, Power, Respect:Pictures of My
Neighborhood in 2005.
To purchase a signed, out of print copy of Money, Power, Respect...Pictures of my Neigborhood and a DVD of the 5 Back on the Block movies for $75, please click the donate button.
Hour Children: I Never Knew I Was Beautiful
Society sees people – women in jail, or formerly in jail – in a certain light, and that negativity is reflected back which these women internalize. It is a message cycle of inferiority. Fashion dictates image, for women especially, and I'm trying to make up that deficit-hole in the soul. Like with any self-destructive behavior, it can only change when the cycle is broken and healed. see more...