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Amyana Bartley is a screenwriter and producer. Her company, Queen B. Productions, supports filmmakers of all walks, interested in creating thought provoking, moving projects. As her company grows, she will create "real jobs" for any talented artist, in front of and behind the screen, who is passionate about making a difference using the art of film.

SURVIVORS GUIDE TO PRISON: A Frightening Wake Up Call

Survivors Guide to Prison is a terrifying must see. Featuring a vast array of legendary celebrities, it is less a documentary and more of an

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LIVING AMONG US: A Product Of A Dying Art

Living Among Us is a poorly planned improviso, lacking direction, depth, story, character development and the ability to engage the viewer.

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SATURDAY CHURCH: A Colorful Tale of Belonging

Saturday Church is a story of hope and redemption and yet another "need to see" tale, of a group of people deemed "different" by

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THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR: One Story on the Systemic Silencing of Black Women

The Rape of Recy Taylor is essential and compelling, bringing female heroes of the American Civil Rights movement to the forefront.

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THOR: RAGNAROK: A Beast Of Hollywood's Burden

In the age of over-bloated Hollywood tentpoles and remakes, Thor: Ragnarok is truly King of the Norse. With its 130 minute script that has no clue where

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MUM: The Everlasting Bond

Mum is an incredibly moving and profound short film about a transgender woman reconnecting with her ailing mother.

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PILGRIMAGE: A Menagerie Of Metaphor

Pilgrimage is rife with metaphors connecting the Dark Ages with contemporary issues, making us wonder if we've advanced as much as we think.

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TO THE BONE: No Hope Found

To this survivor, To The Bone had the chance to inspire understanding of anorexia, but ended up being a disappointment.

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BETWEEN THE SHADES: Exploring The "Shades" Between Gay & Straight

A deeply touching film about sexuality, Between The Shades opens the door to seeing LGBTQ+ people as exactly what they are. Human.

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FANTASSUT: The Human Face of War

Fantassút, a short documentary about the largest refugee camp in Europe, is a surprisingly beautiful depiction of real people who lived through hellish conditions.

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