In Tribute to All Fathers, "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor, this film of one Black father who sacrificed his life for his family and nation, cannot be told without the help of a White father! Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. was honored in Arlington after he was exhumed from a segregated cemetery after 50 years. His comrade, White Houston Native George
Moll, who was 19 years old when Wright mentored him, came to the March 10, 2014 ceremony. There are more than one White Father in this story.
This film's making is in harmony with its theme of racial reconciliation as was written and directed by Jackie Wright
with the help of a White friend, Jack LiVolsi. It is a story of war, love and reconciliation as Black, White and Asian
families join together to pay tribute to love, respect and honor. "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor" debuted on
Father's Day 2017 in tribute to Veterans
with partners Eddie Rameriz & the San Francisco Veterans Film Festival and Charles Blanchard, Chairman of the Coalition of Black Veterans Organizations.
|The Quang Van Phat Family welcome, unannounced complete strangers, Phyllis Cameron and Jackie Wright into their home as they share, fifty years earlier during the Vietnam War, Mr. Quang made their parents Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. and Ouida Fay Wright's anniversary gifts. (Click image for the original story posted June 2015 after the sisters return from Vietnam).
"Love Separated in Life Love...Reunited in Honor" Film link:
PASSWORD REQUIRED: LOVE REUNITED (
48 Hour Availability to see the 15 minute film. Place in box on left panel).
"For those deeply missing their dads right about know, Natalia, Bianka, Capri, Gianna and so many impacted by COVID-19 and just the trials and tribulations of life, truly we can say "Daddy, Changed the World!" I can say "Do Not Dismay Whatever Betide God Will Take Care of you. Fathers famous to the world or just famous to their families, change our world. If your Dad is still in the earth realm reach out to him. If things are not so good, love, forgiveness and the help of God Our Heavenly Father can make all things beautiful in its own time. Fathers you can reach out to your children as well as you may think they should reach out to you. Who's been here the longest? Be the wise man!
And if COVID-19 does not have you reaching out to your Heavenly Father,people, time to take time in this world-wide timeout! " Jackie Wright, Founder & President, Wright Enterprises
Will Smith's Lyrical Tribute
"The is no Father without A Mother"...got to give it to Will Smith
for this tribute that respects his son Trey's mother, although they were divorced at the time, he wrote fatherhood tribute with the help of Bill Withers and Grover Washington Jr. "Children are a reward from God..." Psalm 127:3b
San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII
"Live Talk @SFBFF" on Sunday, June 21
Terence "Ty" Manns
CEO Manns Mackie Studios
, 4:00 p.m. Father's Day headlines Manns-Mackie Studios CEO Ty Manns.
REGISTER FOR FREE LIVE @SFBFF FATHER'S DAY EVENT:
You are invited to a SFBFF Zoom meeting.
When: TODAY... Jun 21, 2020 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) 7 PM EASTERN.
Register in advance for this meeting:
Limited Reservations. Register Now.
Terrence "Ty" Manns is a retired US Army Infantry officer and retired corporate executive. In 2013, he took a step out on faith to pursue his passion in creative writing and film production. Today, he is considered by many as one of the leading family and faith screenplay writers in the industry. Ty is the co-founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Manns Mackie Studios, along with his business partner, Bishop Charles Mackie. Manns Mackie Studios is an independent film production company that specializes in the production of family and faith-based films. His inspirational work includes films that examine the trials and tribulation of life with a focus on how humankind interacts or not, with the Creator. Mann's film credits include "The 5th
Quarter," "White Water, "Redeemed" and:
"My Brother's Keeper" directed by
T. C. Stallings
Keshia Knight Pulliam
Gregory Alan Williams
among other stars.
"A Question of Faith" directed by
|MY BROTHER'S KEEPER TRAILER
Richard T. Jones
Gregory Alan Williams
among other notable actors. "
"The San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII has adjusted to our new reality," said
, San Francisco Black Film Festival Co-Director." "We are pleased to see some of our old and new friends joining us in our new virtual reality."
for updates on films and events for The San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII now through August 2
|"A Question of Faith" Trailer
The San Franciso Black Film Festival sponsors to date include: San Francisco Arts Commission, California Arts Commission, Grants for The Arts, Bill Graham Memorial Foundation, Mayor London Breed, Key to the City of San Francisco, KPOO, KPFA, San Francisco BayView Newspaper, The Village Project, The Boom Boom Room, New Community Leadership Foundation, Inc., LaHitz Media, African American Arts and Culture Complex, Film Bread, and Wright Enterprises. Increase your company or organization's social responsibility capital by sponsoring the "Virtually, Possible" San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII. Contact the San Francisco Black Film Festival at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsorship opportunities.
The San Francisco Black Film Festival is partnering with the
National Coalition of 100 Black Women San Francisco Chapter's Doris Ward Workforce Development Training and Employment Program
Festival training participates are given opportunities in the area of customer service, media relations, public relations
For more information about San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII, visit
last night, June 20th.
The filmmakers from #EQUALSTANDARD, the film will be joining @SFBFF for an upcoming "Live Talk @SFBFF". Check the website for updates
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Found on the home page of
"America Needs A Racial Facia"l Directed by the late San Francisco Public Defender
was screened in collaboration with "
The Unity Group"
in San Francisco, June 18, 2016 as part of the San Francisco Black Film Festival.
8 minutes and 52 seconds
a visual statement on racism in America
. to Adachi's 8:52 should have cancelled 8:46!
Click Here to see the panel on Implicit Bias with clip of Commander Toney Chaplin, then Acting Chief of San Francisco Police, speaking about being harassed by police
Footage made available by Johnnie Burrell of International Media TV, a tireless chronicler of Bay Area Community News. This one program is just one indicator of the mission of the San Francisco Black Film Festival and its commitment to social justice.
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"HEALING THE WORLD ONE FILM AT A TIME...CELEBRATING YEAR 22 of bringing thought-provoking films & panels and fun...Look forward to past crowd favorites and new independent film submissions.
SFBFF XXII Now thru August 2nd
Coming Soon to San Francisco Black Film Festival XXII "Live Talk @SFBFF": Music Producer
Grady Harris. "Hands Up" written and produced by Grady Harris featuring
Lynnette Hawkins Stephens,
Rhonda Brice and other noted Bay Area vocalists.
Creative Consultant: Reginald Stephens.
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San Francisco Black Film Festival Salutes San Francisco-based Businessman and Philanthropist, Henry Chu in is his role as Global Marketing Director for the film,"Kaibigan."
|Kaibigan | Official Trailer | NOW SHOWING
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