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Curtis Green at work

Editors Note:
We like to acknowledge the success of African Americans in the film business and Curtis Green is a great example.

Special Profile of Curtis Green

   Curtis Green is a hard working indie film maker who many admirers have referred to as "the next Spike Lee". He started making movies when he produced and directed his first short screenplay in the summer of 1993. After that he went on to direct a number of music videos (Profile Records). While attending the graduate film program at The New York Institute of Technology, Curtis wrote the feature length screenplays, "Blood Sweat and Tears" and "Murphy's Law". He is also credited with writing, producing and directing the short films, "A Day In The Life Of..." (Three Rivers Film Festival), "Bus Stop" and "The Athlete".
   Today, Curtis is the President & CEO of Black Millionaires Entertainment (BME), a film, television, music production and distribution company. He is also the Founder and President of the African American FilmMakers Association (AAFA), a non-profit organization established to support the advancement, creation, exhibition and history of African American motion pictures.
   Through his production company, BME, Curtis directed the music videos “Come Go With Me” P.O.R. (BET & V2) and “Keep Thinking” Jermaine G. (BET).
   His feature film directorial debut "Dream Lover," which he also wrote and produced, is scheduled for video release this winter. It's a modern day romantic comedy about a computer nerd's dangerous infatuation with a super model and his fumbling attempts to win her over. The film is as visually rich as it is funny. He is currently in pre-production of his next feature, Murphy’s Law.

You can contact Curtis at:
Entertainment Inc. 161 Walton St
Englewood, New Jersey, 07631
Ph. (201) 568-1155 · Fax (201) 568-8855

or through the African American FilmMakers Association web site at: