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Courteney Cox - Commercial Director & 2022 Black History Month Dance Student
During her commercial director Instagram break, Courteney Cox of NBC-TV Friends fame celebrated 2022 Black History Month by learning old school dance moves from Hollywood talent elder Phillip E. Walker. She says, "Don't believe me - just watch"
Friday, that light-up-every-
Then on Saturday Black Lady International Film Festival released the first ever formally written review of "2022 Black History Month - a Phillip E. Walker Video Memoir" (BHM).
Sunday Phil was invited to take part in the March 13th virtual screening / discussion of Ogechi Musa's "Mateo and Cliff", a short film about homelessness in which he stars. Also, that day, BHM received the Rahul's Film Festival Best Historical Documentary Award.
Next, on the President's Holiday itself, this Walker family patriarch won the International Film Carnival of Bangalore's Best Documentary Director Award for BHM, in addition to him being cast on that day as Dr. Stevenson in Stephanie Bell's "Dancing with Maleeah" University of Southern California short film - his 61th.
Some Holiday weekend huh?
Courteney's 2022 Black History Month Instagram video reel post of her dancing with Phillip can be found at https://www.instagram.com/
Released on the Lunar New Year, Walker's short documentary film has already won 45 awards plus currently appears free for online voting throughout Black History Month as an AudPop 2022 Race to Justice award finalist. Permanently available for viewing through exclusive Inland Empire Films distribution at https://StreamingFilmChannel.com, this newest of Phillip's petite motion picture performances explores the subject's more than a half century of independent work as an artist activist. BHM is a perfect tool for year-around Black History Month class instruction or as a community celebration discussion trigger.
Further, with short film or video submissions currently being accepted at Juneteenth.Rocks, the best submitted production on the subject will win a worldwide screening tour and Inland Empire Films distribution plus its creator will win a free trip to Hollywood. The Juneteenth Short Film Competition submission fee is only $5.00 during Black History Month 2022.
Finally, the Indigenous Film Retreats $10.00 submission deadline ends on Feb. 28th at WFCN.co/festival/
Phillip E. Walker