The Queen City: Brotherhood, Leadership, and Solutions’ intent is to create a network for the Black community in Charlotte, NC, and incite brotherhood amongst its leaders. As the city continues to grow, Black Charlotte must strengthen its connection with each other in order to thrive. With a focus on Black men, this documentary will offer solutions to the problems facing the Black community and showcase brothers in various professions, ultimately providing a visual Rolodex for those in the city.
Producer/Director: Broderick Russell Jr.
Director of Photography: Ira Dubb
Videography: Mario Clark Media and Patrick Lebby
Ira Dubb & MonB Black Raiderz – Art & Facts
Christopher “YUNG Citizen” Williams – The Sauce
Tecoby Hines – Beautiful
Tygah Scottt Productions
The Queen City: Life’s Reward
Two teens, Bakari and Trinity, enjoy a date at the Real African Art Gallery in Charlotte, NC. As they navigate the gallery, taking an interest in several sculptures and paintings, the owner, Cal Ganda, explains the significance of each piece. The teens receive a lesson on African history, culture, and more.
Director/Producer – Broderick Russell Jr.
Director of Photography – Prestine Manderville Jr.
Music – YUNG Citizen, Howard McNair, and Tygah Scottt Productions
“Children are the reward of life.”
– African Proverb