The city of Philadelphia rolled out the red carpet as the cast of “Brotherly Love” attended the star-studded screening Tuesday night
at The Pearl Theater. Flavor Unit Entertainment, a production company
owned and operated by Queen Latifah and her partner Shakim Compere, have
teamed up with Jacavi Films and Electric Republic to produce “Brotherly
Love” set to release April 24, 2015. Producer
of the film Charlie Mack hosted the event along with cast members Cory
Hardrict, Eric Hill Jr., Nafessa Williams and film director Jamal Hill.
Special guests of the screening included, Brotherly Love producer
Charlie Mack, Grammy award-winning duo Kindred Family Soul, little
league superstar Mo’Ne Davis and comedian Micheal Blackson.
track the lives of the nations number one high school basketball player
Sergio Taylor as he deals with the early pressures of hood fame.
Director Jamal Hill, Eric Hill Jr., Nafessa Williams and Cory Hardrict
Philadelphia truly supports its politicians,
academia, music and film entertainment elite. Celebrities came out in
the hundreds to pack out a double theater screening. The principal and
top academic achievers from Overbrook High School were also recognized
for excelling in school. As a special treat, guests were able to partake
in a Q & A session with Cory Hardrict, Eric Hill Jr., Nafessa
Williams and Jamal Hill. Brotherly Love opens on April 24.
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