Wendy Tannock Film To Show At TCBFF & BAFF

October 21, 2021 | 0 Comments

Wendy Tannock Bermuda October 2021Bermudian film executive producer Wendy Tannock’s film It’s Alright, Dad is set to screen at the Twin Cities Black Film Festival [TCBFF] in Minneapolis and Big Apple Film Festival [BAFF] in New York.

A spokesperson said, “The Twin Cities Black Film Festival has chosen the short film It’s Alright, Dad by film executive producer/producer Wendy Tannock and writer and director Lynn Dow to screen in person at this year’s festival from October 21-24. By special arrangement, It’s Alright, Dad features the Matt OX song Live It Up as the trailer soundtrack.

“The 19th annual TCBFF will offer an engaging in-person experience held at the Radisson RED Minneapolis Downtown. The mission of the TCBFF is to provide a platform for independent black and multicultural films.

“The festival aims to facilitate the growth of filmmakers of color by providing networking opportunities with industry professionals and the business world and recognize the accomplishments of African Americans in Hollywood.

“The Big Apple Film Festival has chosen the short film It’s Alright, Dad to screen at this year’s festival from November 1 – 5. The 2021 BAFF will offer an engaging experience showcasing 33 short films selected and will screen live as part of the short film collection at the AMC Empire Theatre in New York City on Thursday, November 4 at 8:30 pm.

“The Big Apple Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing and promoting the highest quality films from the New York City independent film community, as well as additional specially selected films from across the country and around the world.

“The festival includes New York City premieres, interactive panel discussions with industry professionals, honorary award presentations, networking events, and a closing night awards ceremony. Tickets are available now.

It’s Alright, Dad is a story about a young boy by the name of Tarik. His love for basketball and his hero Kobe Bryant is second only to spending time with his father, who is often away on deployment with the U.S. Army.”

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