Brooklyn-Based Webseries ‘Hard Times’ To Premiere in the Fall (PHOTOS)

Brooklyn-Based Webseries 'Hard Times' To Premiere in the Fall (PHOTOS)

Looking for a good webseries
to watch in the fall? Here’s one you might want to check out. 

Tahir Jetter, director of the 2011 Sundance short Close, is gearing up to release Hard Times, a 10-episode webseries
about a broke personal trainer who aims to make money through unscrupulous
means following the decline of his client base.

Directed by Jetter, and
created by him and Donald Conley (SLEEP), the series features a
plethora of up and coming talent, including Abraham Amkpa (The Boring Life of Jacqueline, Mother of George), Bianca Laverne Jones (NYC 22, 12 Steps to Recovery), Ashley Denise Robinson (Docket 32357), and Vladimir Versailles (Side Effects), and is being shot by award-winning Director of
Photography, Daniel Patterson (Gun Hill Road, Newlyweeds).
 The series is set to
premiere in the Fall/Winter 2013. 

While
you await the online premiere, check out these lush production stills from the
project. 

For more information about the upcoming series, visit the website


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Why does these loglines for black film/TV projects always read so vague? Don't expect to draw people in with such underwritten loglines…

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