The 8 Bucks movie has been selected for the Bill Johnson Film Festival 2023, 12th annual.
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BLACK FILM PRODUCERS TO ATTEND GLEN THEATER FESTIVAL SATURDAY
The African American Achievers will host their Summer Black Film Festival at the
Glen Theater, Gary, Indiana
on Saturday, June 3 at 7 p.m. The festival will feature two full length Black Films, “3” and “8 Bucks$.
The movie “3” is directed and produced by Duane Gaines and is a 3-day redemptive journey of an eleven-year-old boy surviving amidst the violence on the streets of Chicago. The movie “8 Bucks $” is directed and produced by Antonio and Serenity Edward.
The film producers of the two films will be in attendance and will participate in a question-and-answer session following the screenings. Antonio and Serenity Edwards have produced over 10 short films and worked on several feature films. Antonio Edward is a director, producer, and video editor. Dr. Serenity Edward is a writer, producer, and director. Duane Gainz is a director, producer, artist, and more. He has been active in the film industry for about 15 years. His YouTube channel has amassed over 400 million views and is still growing. He has worked with artists such as Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Tink, Sza, Kevin Gates, and others.
Complimentary tickets are available at Beautiful Things, 4335 Broadway, Gary, IN. Complimentary tickets were also distributed during the 12th Annual Bill Johnson Black Film Festival in February and at the Louise Lee Memorial Program in March. The admission at the door is $10.
Antonio and Serenity Edward
The Glen Theater, 20 West Ridge Road, Gary will host a SUMMER BLACK FILM FESTIVAL on Saturday, June 3rd at 7 p.m. Admission is $10 at the door. Complimentary tickets are available at Beautiful Things, 4335 Broadway……..Free tickets were distributed to all persons who attended the Bill Johnson Black Film Festival in February of this year. DIG IN AND PULL OUT THOSE TICKETS and you will have free admission. The Summer Black Film Festival will feature two full length movies, 8 Bucks and “3.” Don’t miss seeing these amazing films.