San Francisco Black Film Festival “Live Talk @SFBFF” with Keldamuzik, Bay Area Rapper & Filmmaker

LIVE TALK @ SFBFF, on the Fourth of July 2020 with Keldamuzik, the Writer/Director of “Love The Original Way” all in time for the Fourth of July Fireworks. The San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII is “Virtually Possible” at sfbff.org!…

San Francisco Black Film Festival "Live Talk @SFBFF" with Keldamuzik, Bay Area Rapper & Filmmaker

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LIVE TALK @ SFBFF, on the Fourth of July 2020 with Keldamuzik, the Writer/Director of “Love The Original Way” all in time for the Fourth of July Fireworks.

The San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII is “Virtually Possible” at sfbff.org! Festival Directors Kali O’Ray and Katera Crossley have posted over 200 films from the African Diaspora around the world.

LIVE TALK @SFBFF is one of the live events hosted during the virtual festival.

Keldamuzik’s declares her own “Declaration of Independence” through her own journey in music and film. Enjoy her 7-minute film, “Love The Original Way” at sfbff.org. Keldamuzik, is a bright and shining Bay Area star who is no stranger to the San Francisco Black Film Festival and entertainment.

Film Title: Love The Original Way

Description: Keldamuzik wrote and produced her first short film called “Love The Original Way”, directed by Hassan Leo of Elmore films. The 7 minute short film displays a young college graduate by the name of Sissy who surrounds herself by her two gossiping girlfriends friends Milan and Laudi who encourage her to try a dating app. Both characters demonstrate how young women today face troubles of finding the love of their life.

Cast includes:
Keldamuzik, Nicholas Alexander, Colin Asher, Taniah Clark, and Shamay Currie.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x06Gn-2I2y8

LIVE TALK @SFBFF, where you get to know BFF’s of San Francisco Black Film Festival.

Other recent LIVE TALK @SFBFF chats have included:
Ty Manns CEO of the Manns Mackie Film Studio
https://youtu.be/Bbq_cDIyaPs

Grady L. Harris Jr., Bay Area Music Producer, with friends Rhonda Brice and DeWanna Dunn discussing his release “Hands Up” and “Prayer for the Children.”

https://youtu.be/zYAQ1HiDXtA

Visit www.sfbff.org for more LIVE TALK @SFBFF and other festival news.

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