Today’s #StrangeFruitMOTD reports on the premiere of a new film, “Deborah Jane, the screenwriter and Executive Producer of 'Strange Fruit: The Hip-Hopera,' is the first Black woman filmmaker to ever produce a cinematic Hip-Hop-musical. Her groundbreaking film recently celebrated its Red Carpet Gala and Film Premiere held at the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, California. The event was a unique milestone, not merely a single evening of celebration, but the start of a series of vibrant gatherings aimed at promoting global racial reconciliation.
The movie’s storyline follows LaShelle Robinson, a modern African American Wall Street executive, who embarks on a historical journey to lift an ancestral curse by rescuing her enslaved ancestor from a lynching.”
Read the full review at: https://blacknews.com/news/deborah-jane-first-black-woman-produce-cinem…
Learn more about the film (and “House of Deborah Jane Studios… a multicultural film studio with a mission to produce compelling films, TV, and music that champion the diverse voices often marginalized in society. The studio is committed to making a social and spiritual impact through cinematic storytelling”) at StrangeFruitHiphopera.com