BTFC Breaks with Ariel Driskell on IG LIVE

BTFC Breaks with Ariel Driskell on IG LIVE

Take a break with the Black TV & Film Collective LIVE on Instagram!

 

On Friday, December 16th at 10:30 AM PT | 1:30 PM ET join us for our new series #BTFCBreaks on IG LIVE! A Q &A series featuring creatives in the entertainment industry! First up, we’re inviting Ariel E. Driskell to the virtual table!

Ariel Driskell is an American author, screenwriter, and producer based in Atlanta, GA. As a master storyteller (think Yoda + Issa Rae) she uses words to heal people. Originally from Florida, Ariel attended and graduated from Florida A&M University. Her degree in Psychology empowers her to create diverse and relatable characters that capture the hearts of audiences all over the world. In 2013, Ariel published her first book, “A Life Less Interrupted,” and started her film career in 2017. Since then, she has focused on writing and producing films for networks such as BET. Ariel’s network debut project, “Thin Like Me,” which was directed by veteran actress, Meagan Good, was released in July of 2022. Her highly anticipated holiday film, “The First Noelle,” is currently streaming on BET+.”

 

BTFC Breaks

BTFC Breaks is a monthly special guest Q & A series presented solely on IG LIVE. This dynamic social media event features special guests in the TV/Film industry – from directors to screenwriters to producers. For thirty minutes, participants will be able to ask direct questions of the guest and gain their insights on how to navigate a career in entertainment.

 

Join us LIVE on Instagram and get the information and inspiration you need to #MakeYourWork

 

Interested in becoming a member? Visit www.blacktvfilmcollective.org/join

 

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