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Monday, February 25, 2008

For Those in The ATL...


Sorry for the late posting, but if you're looking for something to do tonight, you might want to check this out--it's new Black Cinema, and best of all, it's free:


Urban Film Review Presents:
Premiere of Father of Lies

DATE: Monday,February 25,2008

TIME: 7:00pm

LOCATION: Woodruff Arts Center1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309Parking for all Woodruff Arts Center events is available at our state-of the-art Parking Garage located on Arts Center Way, Colony Square, 1293 Peachtree Street, as well as the Promenade building on 15th Street.

ADMISSION: FREE - Arrive early, seating is limited and available on a first come basis.

Father of Lies is a classic story of good vs. evil. Bishop Calvin Jacobs (Clifton Powell) is a well-meaning pastor whose drive and passion raised the profile of his church through serving his the needs of the congregation. Fortune takes a sudden turn one day during a board meeting, in which it is discovered that the church's funds have been mysteriously depleted. With the church's existence in danger, he is forced to resort to desperate means to save his church community. He accepts a high-stakes loan from an international tycoon, who is involved in more than just normal business practices. Setting off a chain of events that involve international political scandal and even the death of one of the church's leaders, the Bishop calls on the higher power to rise above these struggles. Starring: Clifton Powell, Vivica Fox and DMX

6 comments:

Danielle said...

Gee. The excitement never ends does it? Viv and Clifton Powell. Well this is a must see.

LaJane Galt said...

ahhhhh yes...Clifton Powell cin[ig]ema extraordinaire...

Invisible Woman said...

danielle: I wrote about this a couple months ago...the queen and king of DVDs finally together in one place...

lajane: You know you are wrong! haha! cin[ig]ma...can I use it?

Danielle said...

IW - I remember your chat about these 2 "characters". Add crazy ass Earl Simmons to the mix and you got instant classic cinema. I've been in sarcastic mode lately so excuse me. LOL

Invisible Woman said...

@danielle---see, you had to go there---I'm tryna be nice!

LaJane Galt said...

yes, you may...if you give me credit! :) look at IMDB at his body of work....

BISHOP Calvin Jacobs...lawdhammercy