“The Filmmaker’s View” with Writer/Director Rashaad Ernesto Green – Tues June 14

Broadway Night Out
(A Raqiyah Mays Production)
Presents

THE FILMMAKER’S VIEW
An Evening of Tips From Those Who’ve Found Filmmaking Success

The Next Guest:

WRITER/DIRECTOR
RASHAAD ERNESTO GREEN

Due to popular demand, Broadway Night Out’s “The Filmmaker’s View” is proud to present Rashaad Ernesto Green. Arguably NYC’s most buzzed about independent filmmaker, his films “Premature” & ”Cuts” gained rare, back to back acceptance into the American Black Film Festival. A first for any director, both aired on HBO. But Green’s Indie buzz fully ignited after his newest film “Gun Hill Road,” starring Esai Morales and Judy Reyes, won overwhelming critical praise at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The riveting story of an ex-con who comes home to find out his teen son wants to be a woman, lead to it being picked up by U.S. distributor Motion Film Group. Now, with “Gun Hill Road” set for release this summer, Rashaad Ernesto Green makes an appearance at “The Filmmaker’s View” to share his success on becoming an actor turned acclaimed writer/director making Filmmaker Magazine’s elite 25 New Faces of Independent Film list.

Rashaad Ernesto Green comes to The Filmmaker’s View to provide Indie tips on:

• How to Gain Film Festival Screenings Worldwide
• How to Assemble an All-star Cast
• Finding Financing
• Finding Distribution
• How to Market, Promote Yourself, & Attract Hollywood Attention

Tuesday June 14
The National Comedy Theater
347 W. 36th St (Btw 8th & 9th Ave)
Doors Open: 6:30pm / Showtime: 7:15pm

$20 Adv/$25 Door

FOR MORE INFO GO TO:
Broadwaynightout.wordpress.com

The Filmmaker’s View is a speaker series featuring successful filmmakers sharing the ups, down, ins & outs of making it in the film biz. Followed by a meet n’ greet, allowing attendees to mix & mingle, this series is for anyone who wants to write, make, or be in a movie that finds success.

For Info & Press Inquiries:
BroadwayNightOut@gmail.com

SPONSORED BY:
African American Women in Cinema
&
The NY Women’s Chamber of Commerce

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