Director: Shahari Moore and Christine List
Producer: Shahari Moore and Christine List
Writer: Shahari Moore
Cinematographer: Sebastien Audinelle
Synopsis: B Love is a love triangle between Julius, a sixth grade teacher, played by Corey Hendrix, Victoria, a gorgeous career woman, played by Brely Evans, and Bernard a self-assured honey bee from Britain, played by Eamonn Walker. Upon their first encounter Bernard notices Victoria for her color, scent and shape. To him, she is the biggest, prettiest flower that he’s ever laid eyes upon. Unbeknownst to Victoria, Bernard is in pursuit of her attention as he relentlessly attempts to thwart her budding relationship with Julius.
Screening Time: 2:15 pm
Sunday, September 25th, 2016
Web Site: chris-list.wix.com/blove
Christine List is excited to have a second film chosen as an official selection of the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival. List’s awards for directing include Audience Choice Award at the Chicago Latino International Film Festival for Don’t Tempt Us: The Students of Guatemala, narrated by Edward James Olmos; the Audience Choice Award at the Black Harvest International Film Festival for Swimmin’ Lesson, co-produced/directed with Shahari Moore, and the Festival Director’s Award from the Diversity in Cannes International Film Festival for B Love, co-produced/directed with Shahari Moore. In addition to producing and directing, List has completed four feature-length screenplays with female leads including a thriller, action film, raunchy comedy and a family film. Her awards for screenwriting include Finalist in the Write Room Scriptwriting Contest, Finalist in the Funny or Die Scriptwriting Competition and the Final Draft Award for Best Feature Screenplay from the San Diego International Kids Film Festival. List recently shot a feature-length documentary in Russia on the African heritage of poet Alexander Pushkin and is in development on a television pilot with Christine Houston, the creator of the NBC hit sitcom “227.” Their book, The Screenwriter’s Guidebook: Inspiring Lessons for Film and Television Writers, will be published this fall.