THE FATHER FIGURE MOVEMENT: TWO RISING STARS IN THE FATHERHOOD MOVEMENT IGNITE A GLOBAL DIALOGUE ON FATHERLESSNESS...
THE FATHER FIGURE MOVEMENT
PHILADELPHIA, PA. (USA) – 26 APRIL 2008 – It’s about providing solutions to fatherlessness and emphasizing the importance of a dominant male presence in our children’s lives. It’s a soulful, powerfully riveting and groundbreaking documentary – FATHER FIGURE – and a movement that is energizing the Global Dialogue on Fatherhood – the FATHER FIGURE MOVEMENT.
FATHER FIGURE was co-written and co-produced by two rising stars in the Fatherhood Movement – Professor Eleanor Earl and Mrs. Odetta Wright Tamu.
Professor Earl is an Assistant Professor of English and Cinema Studies at Hampton University. She is. a director, writer, poet, playwright and singer whose work has been performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London, Twentieth Century Fox Studios in Hollywood, and other venues in Scotland, New York and Los Angeles.
Mrs. Wright is a playwright with 30 plays to her credit, poet, author and actress whose works has appeared in various plays such as A Raisin in the Sun and Theatre IV’s production of Harriet Tubman and in a one-woman show entitled Old Souls which debuted in Scotland at the Edinburgh International Theatre Festival.
Professor Earl and Mrs. Wright recently took time out of their developing schedule to talk to IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® about their documentary – FATHER FIGURE which is igniting a global dialogue on Fatherlessness and how it might be resolved. In addition, they continue to explore ways in which their documentary has taken on a life of its own and fostered a movement – THE FATHER FIGURE MOVEMENT.
So, what do they have to say? The Spring 2008 issue of IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® has all of the details.
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