Pigs In A Bowl: Celebrating the Uterus - Fundraising and Networking Event
New Comedy Drama Film Project boldly Celebrates the Uterus in this Pre Mother's Day Fundraising Affair.
By: Wabi Sabi Productions Inc.
General Admission is $35. Discount tickets available to students, seniors, early-birds and more. There is also a VIP guest plan at $100 which includes a seat at Producer's table and other perks. To reserve your ticket and to check out the many special discounts including their " Moms get in free" discount, go to www.eventbrite.com/
Wabi Sabi Productions will also be collecting cans of soup and other canned goods along with crackers at the event for its "Soup for Seniors" campaign. The items collected will then be distributed to a local Senior Center in the Bronx.
The theme on May 7th is "Celebrating the Uterus" in honor of upcoming Mother's Day on Sunday May 8th. The importance of "Motherhood"
Featured entertainment will be provide by the sensational acapella group Numillennium and comedy performed by christian comedian Mike Gee. The amazing lyricist and Rap artist "Boom" will also perform one of his powerful songs. There will also be a video presentation. Hosted by Nicole Watson who also plays "Electra" in the film "Pigs in a Bowl".
"Pigs in a Bowl" film and web series project is a comedy/drama written and directed by Emmitt H Thrower. The film/series focuses on the times of the millennials during a period of worldwide and local terrorism, community gentrification and massive under employment and unemployment among well educated millennials.
Buddy, a bio-engineer creates the base for special soups that compels people who eat it to confront their inner demons and attempt to make peace. He serves the soups out of his new restaurant called "The Soup Opera". His own evil alterego, "Seth", sabotages his good efforts in order to gain control of the body for his own wicked purposes. The web series "The Soup Opera" scheduled for a 2017 release, will be based on the 40 minute short film "Pigs in a Bowl" that is scheduled to be completed and released in 2016.
Part of the film's goals is to help bridge the communication gap between the Millennials (18-36) and older generations so they can co exist better in the community and the world. Wabi Sabi productions in trying to further that goal has placed millennials in key position in the making of the film and the production of the film by adding millennials as assistant Director, as well as a Bronx based young film crew made up entirely of millennials.
The film is written, directed and performed in by Emmitt H Thrower a retired disabled NYC police officer. He is an award winning filmmaker for his film on police brutality entitled "Where is Hope: The Art of Murder". Emmitt H Thrower is a member of the "Bronx Filmmakers" who meet at the Bronx Documentary Center in the South Bronx. He is the founder and CEO of Wabi Sabi Productions Inc.
Emmitt is joined in this effort by Michael H Thrower as the Assistant Director and Editor. Michael is a 26 year old graduate of Manhattan Community College. He obtained a degree in Video Technology. He is currently employed as the Managing Senior Editor for Bronxnet public access TV station. He operates his own video and film production company "Sir Tree Productions"
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Wabi Sabi Productions Inc.
Emmitt H Thrower