From the classroom to the screening room: Atlanta’s CHS and FAMU grad’s movie debuts

Seven-time Grammy award winner, @famusjgc PR grad and amazing man, Amir Windom debuts new film. Actor Woody McClain, also a FAMU grad, is featured in this great work. Read on:

Canal Street is being released worldwide January 18, 2019 via Smith Global Media/Sony Pictures Entertainment (https://variety.com/2018/film/festivals/bryshere-gray-drama-canal-street-sold-1202957773/)

Here’s some info on the film:
CANAL STREET is a faith-filled and timely portrayal of racial and class conflicts ripped from today’s headlines, where young men of color are often guilty until proven innocent. After the murder of a white classmate, all eyes fall on Kholi Styles (Gray), and it is up to his father (Williamson), an up-and-coming lawyer from the south side of Chicago, to prove his son is not the monster the world has made him out to be. This inspirational film will be entertaining for audiences of all ages.
Canal Street is directed, co-written and produced by Rhyan LaMarr. The film boasts a veteran multi-ethnic cast which includes Bryshere Gray (“Empire”), Mykelti Williamson (“Fences”), Mekhi Phifer (“Divergent”), Woody McClain (“The Bobby Brown Story”), Lance Reddick (“John Wick”), and Kevin Quinn (“Bunk’d”). Grammy Award winning record executive Amir Windom (Bruno Mars, Pharrell) executive produced the film and also music supervised the film.
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Ann Lineve Wead Kimbrough is an award-winning financial writer and special projects author with more than 5,000 multi-media works produced under her byline and broadcast signature. She is also a tenured professor at a Florida university. Ann’s work has appeared in Business Week, Fortune, Time, Marketing Management, Black Enterprise, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Atlanta Journal/Constitution, Essence, Twins magazine and Ebony Jr! She was an anchor and reporter for WSB-TV morning show, WGST-FM afternoon drive, Media One and Georgia Public TV’s weekly business shows. She has taught hundreds of high school and university students in more than 500 courses in communications and international business. A highly regarded mentor, former students and college classmates are leaders in the business, broadcast journalism, motion pictures, nonprofit, print journalism, public affairs and public relations, special events and varied entrepreneurial fields. Follow my blog and on social media: twitter @awkimbrough; fb @annweadkimbrough and Insta @annweadkimbrough_
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