Short Film The Grind to Air Nationwide

Short Film The Grind to Air Nationwide

Los Angeles, CA.

The Grind filmed in Los Angeles focuses on recently divorced, Sam Robles. He has trouble facing the hardships of his life having lost his family and his job. Sam struggles each day with his own demons. None of them being alcohol, drugs or prison. It’s not the same old story. Ruby, his ex-wife, continues to pressure Sam on his child support payments and helping to pay for their son’s daycare while berating him on how he raises his children. With each new day, a new problem surfaces. For Sam, the weight is hard when you’re on The Grind.

Shoshin Entertainment licenses The Grind short film to Badami Production for their African American Short Films syndicated program. The Grind will air on major network affiliates nationally (ABC, CBS, PBS, etc). Air dates, TV stations and times are posted on their Facebook page, Twitter and the Now Playing page (http://badamitv.com/nowplaying.php) every Thursday morning for the upcoming weekend.

African American Short Films airs most weekends in the United States on network affiliates. The Grind will air between July 9th – September 18th, 2016 and for an additional 2 weeks on their website via their (VOD) Video On Demand program.

The short film, premiered at La Femme Festival in Los Angles in 2014. It’s the directorial debut of Larry B. Scott (Revenge of the Nerds)

Larry B. Scott @lbeezee17, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0779467/

Starring

Yul Spencer (The Shield, Comicview) @yulspencer, yulspencer.com, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1043120/

Tisha French (The Purge) @tishafrench, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3733704/

Darrell “Silver” Hughes (Two Can Play That Game) @silverc4 and PapaJay (Little Big Shots) @papajayshow.

It is Executive Produced by Yul Spencer and Danita Jones @danita_jones, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2246312/

Written by Bobby Nelson Currently, The Grind can be purchased or rented at www.TheGrindTheMovie.com.

For more information, contact Shoshin Entertainment. 818-913-0007. [email protected]

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