Black Voices Breakthrough Theater, part of our Screening Room experience, is a ten part series where our panel of curators present new, short films and web series created by emerging talent --both on screen and behind the camera.
This week's entry Docket 32357 takes place in an eerily quiet courtroom hallway where Lois anxiously awaits the announcement of a case. Valerie, a successful retail buyer, rushes to take a seat along the same bench where Lois is sitting. The ominous voice that bellows from the speaker inspires a conversation between the two women; a conversation will that alter their lives forever.
RANDY WILKINS is a Bronx-bred director and cinematographer. Befriending legendary filmmaker Spike Lee and by the director’s urging, Randy enrolled in NYU’s esteemed Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Film Program where he earned a chair’s fellowship and a Master of Fine Arts in 2009. Randy’s most successful film to date, “Osvaldo’s,” earned an exclusive license agreement with HBO for broadcast as well as numerous awards and festival screenings. Professionally, Randy has been raised through Lee’s Forty Acres and A Mule Film Works, Inc. His new film, DOCKET 32357, is playing the festival circuit as he develops his first feature script “The Gunnery.
Check out Docket 32357 above and be sure to check back for the next installment of Black Voices' Break Through theater.