The strength of the Black TV & Film Collective is best highlighted by our membership – an artistic and professional community of individuals with the shared goal of telling great stories.
We are a growing collective of screenwriters, producers, directors, cinematographers, editors, actors, animators and all around creative storytellers. Many of our collective members move their projects forward through the support of fellow members and the leadership team.
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Antoine Devine’s first novel, The Cure, was chosen as a finalist for the 2010 National Black Book Festival Award. The novel was ranked #1 on Amazon in the Mystery, Suspense and Thriller categories for six months after publication, and finished in the top 15 in the 2010 Preditors & Editors Reader’s Poll for Mysteries and Suspense. He wrote a vignette for "The Presumption of Guilt: The Arrest of Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Race, Class and Crime in America" by Harvard Professor Charles Ogletree. He is a Writer's Guild of America member. His interests include jazz, theater, film, art, history, sports, golf, travel, and cooking.
Hello, my name is Arnella but you can call me Shelley.
I’m extremely passionate writing. I like writing to engage people in a dialogue. I’ve found my voice , my truth and I want to write stories where my voice can be heard. I graduated from the University of Miami majoring Film with a concentration in Screenwriting.