Entertaining Artistic Films That Embrace Humanity
DMD Films, LLC Entertaining Artistic Films That Embrace Humanity
DMD Films, LLC is a Durham, North Carolina based independent production company dedicated to telling stories of people, places, cultures, and issues that are misrepresented and/or underrepresented by mainstream media.
Our goal is to use media as a weapon against all that we dislike about America – racism, poverty, oppression, injustice, and exploitation. While also using media as a lens to showcase much of what is right about America - compassion, opportunity, creativity, and freedom. America is a complex entity that often can be better understood and appreciated through the art of filmmaking and media products.
"What most of us must be involved in--whether we teach or write, make films, write films, direct films, play music, act, whatever we do--has to not only make people feel good and inspired and at one with other people around them, but also has to educate a new generation to do this very modest thing: change the world."
— Howard Zinn
NEW FEATURE AND DOCUMENTARY FILM PROJECTS
DMD Films, LLC is currently developing several independent feature film projects that will be shot in North Carolina as part of the North Carolina Film Commission Production Incentive Program.
The projects are in various stages of development and investment opportunities are still available. To obtain information regarding the investing contact Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel Leroy Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-409-5938.
Gerard Brown, who is best known for writing “JUICE” starring the late Tupac Shakur, is writing one of the scripts. Many of the production team members for THE DOLL will return for the new productions. Like THE DOLL all of the films in development will be period dramas and will go into production as soon as financing is in place.
DMD Films is also developing documentary films with the North Carolina State University African and African American Cultural Center and the Duke University Center for African and African American Research.