Performances in various film productions.
A Collection of Scenes from Films I performed in - enjoy.
A scene written, directed and performed by Lynne Conner & Yrneh Gabon. Music by Sherrick
Lynne Conner, as an artist my role is to #inspire #empower #challenge #entertain #heal through the arts. A Film graduate of MSMU, I directed my 1st short Film RAISING KINGS about intergenerational healing in a male family.
Producer of Short Films: MOMTY & WHAT'S THE MOVE by Paris Nicole; YOUNG & NAIVE by Tuesday Conner; A GIFT FOR MY SISTER & THE DONKEY both by Angela Gordon.
Independent Films: Five6Seven8, Kings of LA | Web Series: Jay Horn Films; & Shooters Stance by Al Woodley.
Stage : Nostalgia & Dreams, A Sunday Morning Kind of Gal, Bones of Lesser Men (NAACP Winner), Chicago Club Rumboogie by Jerry Jones, Misconceptions, & The Bow Wow Club by Levy Lee (NAACP Winner).
Lynne Conner, a native of Los Angeles is an alum of Inner City Cultural Center IMDb : Lynne Conner
I'm working on me and my health so I can remain strong, flexible and well mentally, physically & spiritually. Won't you join me.
We're facing challenging times and we must stick together.
Most recently, I worked on a new short film five6seven8 by Matthew Day (coming soon). https://www.instagram.com/p/CCyfy2wD-8K/
In 2020, I performed a Mom in ME, BABE, and the NEIGHBORS" by Jay Horn Films Pts. 4 & 5
See You There...
November 4, 2020
Inner City Cultural Center - A Celebration to C. Bernard Jackson - Zoom
Halloween - LAWTF Show
October 23, 2020 African American Film Marketplace & S.E. Manly Short Film Showcase www.BHERC.TV
Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival Empowerment Weekend August 28-30, 2020
Branding Your Solo Show
August 29, 2020
Facilitator: Lynne Conner
Teamwork Makes The Dream Work
11:00 am–12 noon
Teamwork | director | producer | lighting | sound technicians | marketing | publicity Moderator: Fay Hauser-Price
Why is it so difficult to talk about oneself...especially when you don't want to be labeled.
Me - I love to dance and promote the arts. I am a wife, mother, grand, independent filmmaker, producer, actress, sage, healer, truth seeker. I am human, I am woman, I am a Black Woman, I love life, my life matters and so do all lives.
okay, that felt good (period).
Oh yea, I'm a visionary and I am Love (period).
Young & Naive
a Short Film by Tuesday Conner
An Apology to Children who have been sexually abused.
Momty by Paris Nicole
An Aunt gets to be a Mom for the Day. (coming soon)
A Gift For My Sister by Angela M. Gordon
Raising Kings by Lynne Conner a short about four generations of Male Black Men.
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My directorial debut RAISING KINGS was like all great film...a collaboration. My final project at MSMU. Its POWERFUL and HEALING.
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RAISING KINGS is a 17 ½ minute dramatic short film based on Mark King being released from prison to learn everything has changed. His father has been hospitalized, and his estranged son is a police officer with 2 sons. His bad choices led to ultimately tore the family apart and Mark seeks to mend his past so he can heal his future.
Goal / Purpose
How a family can shatter their generational patterns to heal their past, present and future and create loving relationships.
Mark King has to make up for being incarcerated for 20 years by mending his broken relationships with his father and his son so he can build a future with and for his grandchildren. Shattering the patterns of the past, taking responsibility for one’s mistakes and forgiving to build a uplifting future.
Upon his release he learns his father is sick and dying. His son has become a police officer
The King Family forgives past mistakes and bad choices through therapy, communication, responsibility and accountability and begins bonding and building positive relationships for future generations.
JERMAINE JACOX EL (Mark King)
Jermaine Jacox was born and raised in South Minneapolis. He hit the modeling scene in 2004 and made his way into many homes with his calendar in 2007. As Jermaine developed aspirations for a career in television and film he moved to LA in 2008 to pursue his acting career and took off with a bang by landing a starring role in his first feature film Rhyme and punishment, followed by four leading roles in the following features: The Lying Truth, Unspeakable Indiscretion, Hustle Life and Just A Dream. After completing all five features, Jermaine co-starred on the hit T.V show Perception and earned a starring role in an episode of Unusual Suspects. He has not only made his presence known on-camera but has made his presence felt on stage, staring in Come Sunday, I am an Actor, Idellas Soul Shack, Fight Club, and Blue God. You can also see him in many commercials such as JCP, Pet Smart, Comcast, and Intel, in which he was flew to London to shoot. Also his newest commercial for Blackpeoplemeet.com. He has been featured in music videos such as John Legend Green Light, Janelle Mona Many Moons and UK Group Stooshe. Currently, Jermaine can be found in his recurring role on the groundbreaking Web series Black Boots, Bag Lady or What Men Want in which he stars. Among many talents, Jermaine loves serving and staying connected to community by working with children sport camps and mentoring. Keep an eye on this up and coming Super Star, he has just begun.
JOHN WESLEY (Ronald King)
JOHN WESLEY belongs to a “fraternity” of actors, rooted deeply in the American theatre with a strong educational background, stemming from a life-long history of activism, social reform and a tenacious respect for the Craft. A consummate veteran of stage, television and film, and the United States Army, John (born John Wesley Houston) received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Univ. of CA, San Diego & Bachelor of Arts Degrees from the Univ. of San Diego. As the Artistic & Producing Director of The Southern California Black Repertory Company, he mounted Athol Fugard’s Sizwe Banzi and The Island, culminating in a three-year tour. His broad and varied theatre experience includes Ionesco’s Macbett and Lillian Hellman’s Toys in the Attic at the Old Globe Theatre (Atlas Award for Best Supporting Actor). For the Mark Taper Forum, he appeared in both An American Clock by Arthur Miller and Wild Oats. At New York’s Geva Repertory Theater John was Toledo in August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Accolades: include critically-acclaimed production of Oyamo’s I Am A Man (LA Weekly Award for Best Ensemble, Dramalogue Award for Best Supporting Actor).; John Stick Fly (Ovation Award-Best Ensemble). While at the Denver Theatre Center, John was hailed in the press as a “tour de force actor” with his “flawlessly interpreted” portrayal of Floyd ‘Schoolboy’ Barton in August Wilson’s Seven Guitars. www.jwesley.com
John went to the next stage in 2019. He was and is truly loved by many. #TakeWingsSoar
JERREL O’NEAL (Damien King)
Jerrel is a native of Detroit MI. He attended Alabama State University were he received his B.A in Theater under The Direction of Brian Martin, and Tonea Stewart. He went on to sign an professional acting contract to B Street Theater in Sac, Ca. Jerrel is The "Marvin Sims" award recipient for the 2010 KCACTF National acting competition. Some of his work includes August Wilsons "Jitney" (Booster), Loraine Hansberry's "A Raisin In The Sun" (George Murchison), and Don B. Welches "YES GOD Is Real" (Ricky). Since moving to California, He has starred along some of Hollywood's biggest names such has Loretta Divine, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Harry J Lennix and Grammy Nominated R&B Singer Ledisi. He continues to show truth in artistry is the most beautiful thing, and there's a lot more to come from oscar_oneal.
Producer / Costumier
Inner City Cultural Center was the guiding light that allowed Tuesday to Costume Hollywood & Broadway, Produce Tribute and Award Shows and shoots Short Films created from her poetry...Taboo Tales to Stir Your Soul.
Tuesday had a passionate love affair with her career designing clothes for Hollywood Celebrities and has been privileged to costume Stage, Film, Recording artists, Television and Tours around the world. Before she became a Fashion Designer to the 10-time Grammy Award winner, Chaka Khan Tuesday managed one of the hottest comedy clubs in The Valley and one of the coolest poetry lounges in the country afterward. Now Tuesday is a full time Writer and Producer in Hollywood and back in school perfecting her craft. Look for her upcoming film "Young & Naive".
Angela M. Gordon made her directorial debut in 2010 48Hour Film Project. Angela’s first film production THE VELVET CUFFS premiered in the Pan African Film Festival, and won several awards. THE LAST JOB premiered at the 2014 Capital City Black Film Festival and the The Hollywood Festival of New Cinema. Gordon directed THE T PARTY, HOW DO YOU SPELL LOVE? 2011 it made its International Premiere at American Embassy in Swaziland and South Africa at the prestigious Gold Lion Film Festival in Manzini, Swaziland. Most recently, Gordon directed, produced and wrote short film A GIFT FOR MY SISTER, a story of fate. Gordon holds a degree in International Finance from Howard University.
Preferring the company of none, Robin searches to find out why all her beautiful and successful friends are single. She uncovered one of the biggest secrets in the world...Child Sexual Abuse.
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