Phillip E. Walker Presents 5 Short Films at Black Theatre Network 36th Annual National Conference
The 8th edition of the Phillip E. Walker Acting Retrospective Series will be 4:30pm EST July 26, 2022. Having not appeared outside of California during COVID-19, PhilE (stage name) makes his first live & in-person presentation since Mardi Gras 2020.
As examples of the short film's usefulness in entertainment education, this hour long lecture is supported by PhilsReel.com Hollywood talent demonstration reels displaying clips from some of Phillip's 97 official music videos, 65 short films, countless commercials, many popular video dance performances, as well as theatrical work headlined by his performance as the pivotal Musician character in the indie film industry's hottest new feature length movie, Moon Garden.
However, the presentation's most important examples of this educational approach will be his 5 short film screenings. They will include the live & in-person World Premieres of University of Southern California Freshman Stephanie Bell's "Dancing With Maleeah" and "2022 Black History Month - a Phillip E. Walker Video Memoir". Additionally shown during the session will be Walker's brand new "Juneteenth.Rocks"
With 1168+ California performance gigs or Worldwide on-screen appearances during his first 6 years of living in Southern California, Walker expects to soon be seen in the new music video from arguably the World's most famous R&B singer. Also, expect to see him dancing with professional athletic champions in a commercial shot just before he departs California.
As well, do read Film de Arte's recently released "Prolific Hollywood Talent Phillip E. Walker Interview" at http://FilmDeArte.com. There, Phil muses in-depth about his more than half century performance career, while including sage advice for student performers who strive to make a living through their craft.
In addition to a 15 minute Q&A period at the end of his BTN lecture next Tuesday, Mr. Walker will be available throughout the total Conference from Sunday, July 24 thru Wednesday, July 27, 2022. Contact BlackTheatreNetwork.org to attend.
Phillip Eugene Walker