Qualified, yet Single: Why Good Men Remain Single
For women who want to know why good men remain single, “Qualified, yet Single” is a straightforward, sincere and informative film that highlights some of the personal, interpersonal and emotional challenges that influence why some good men decide to remain single. Through heartbreak trauma, peer pressure and negative societal influences, a diverse group of fifteen men from Atlanta, DC, Maryland and St. Louis share heartfelt and thought-provoking stories about their decisions to remain Single.
This candid film encourages single men to think deeply about their lifestyles and motivates single women to look beyond a man’s surface in order to recognize that qualifications do not make a man qualified to be in a relationship.
Starring Darius Bradford (Former, Ricky Smiley Morning Show Host), Arvin Mitchell (Actor and BET Comedian), Guy Lambert (WPGC 95.5 Radio Personality) and Dr. Dwayne L. Buckingham.
A Black Woman’s Worth: My Queen and Backbone
Black communities throughout the world continue to face serious social dilemmas, which jeopardize and disenfranchise Black women. Psychotherapist and film producer, Dwayne L. Buckingham shows males and females of all age how to initiate meaningful dialogue and change their negative and degrading perceptions of Black women. This positive and uplifting film, “A Black Woman’s Worth: My Queen and Backbone” empowers Black women to recognize their personal and ancestral worth and celebrates them by providing strategies to prevent demoralization and burnout. Behold, Black women are beautiful, Black women are powerful, and Black women are extraordinary…they are Queens.
A Black Man’s Worth! Conqueror and Head of Household Documentary
This thought-provoking and heart-felt documentary journeys into the minds and souls of Black males who are forced to cope with the negative and disheartening consequences of growing up in fatherless households.
It explores the psychological, personal, social and economic effects of this harsh phenomenon and inspires Black males to conqueror it through self-reflection, personal accountability, spiritual growth and education. This inspiring film offers some practical insight about what it means to be a Conqueror and Head of Household.