Lemon Tea: The Emancipation of Liberty
I came across Lemon Tea: The Emancipation of Liberty by Marcia L. Sinclair in my inbox. Sounds interesting.
Information about Lemon Tea: The Emancipation of Liberty:
Written by Marcia L. Sinclair. This is the story of ten-year old Liberty “Libby” Ewing, ashamed of her dark skin, discovers that beauty comes in a myriad of shades but the beauty that lasts forever comes from the heart. The story is set during 1970 in Mound Bayou, MS. This [...] will star accomplished actors, Irma P. Hall (Soul Food) Harry Lennix (Ray) and T’Keyah Crystal Keymah (In Living Color/COSBY/That’s So Raven). Ms. Keymah will also direct this feature film.
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For more information on how you can further this very important movie and message, please join the supporter’s network at http://www.lemonteathmovie.ning.com and/or contact Executive Producer, Nina Sinclair-Burns, Coffee Tea and Me Productions, Inc. at Nina@CTMontheweb.com
This video synopsis was produced by Coffee, Tea and Me Productions, Inc., in association with Chosen Generation Studio and Films.
About the writer, Marcia L. Sinclair:
Marcia L. Sinclair has received two fellowships in screenwriting from the Illinois Arts Council among other awards. Her first screenplay, “Lemon Tea”, was a semi finalist in the prestigious Nicholl Screenwriting competition and received readings at Second City in Chicago, The Nuyorican Poet’s Café in New York City and the Hokin Theatre at Columbia College Chicago. Her film short, “Losing Olivia”, starring Irma P. Hall and Harry Lennix was screened at Chatham I.C.E. Theaters in Chicago. Marcia is a graduate of Western Illinois University where she received a B.S. degree in Child Development. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and has been published in several anthologies and literary journals.
With my mom being a Delta Sister, I had to pass along this news. That and the video gave me inspiration about creating a synopsis for my own film.