Part one of the two-part drama, Pride and Pack - 'Pack Of Wolves' follows Ryan and his group of friends, as he looks for reassurance after getting the news that he is about to be a father. With constant doubts and fears of not being man enough to father a child, he looks outward to his friends and family for guidance.
“I think it’s one of the most important stories we can tell our young black kings; it’s ok to be sensitive, it’s ok to hug your boys, it’s ok not to be ok every day. Your hardened shell does not define how much of a man you are. You are more than a stereotype and a statistic, you can be whatever you want to be"
- R.M. Moses
Produced by Monet Morgan
Part two of the two-part drama, Pride and Pack - 'Pride Of Lions' an insight into the synergy between black British women in today’s society. Highlighting colourism, motherhood and ultimately showcasing black love and relationships.
Starring Dijon Talton & Jennifer Freeman
A short film short in Los Angeles about the conversation of doubt the night before the marriage. Highlighting the delicate intricacies of thought when Marcus and Ava take that next step in their relationship.
Cinematography by Olan Collardy
All she was given was a phone, a password and a lithium battery. Paranoia sets in when she feels that her home is being watched. What does she do next? Who is after her? Why does it matter that the battery is lithium?
A Documentary by R.M. Moses
Starring Elijah Baker & Lorena Andrea