Great Q&A Session with the creators of “The Shrink in B6”!
Many observers consider the current entertainment era as the “Golden Age” of television. While the 70-year-old medium of TV may have hit an artistic acme, it’s another forum that is combining the creativity of writing, acting, and visual production without oversight and control of the corporate system. Independent filmmakers have taken advantage of the unrestricted space provided by the Internet to spawn innovative original content.
House Of June is one of the promising production houses that has embraced programming via the web. The Atlanta-based company was started by Ebony Blanding (“the pen”) and Amber Bournett (“the lens”) with a mission to “create cinematography with original narratives for those seeking diverse cultural experiences.” Along with TV and film projects, Blanding and Bournett use cyberspace to host their dramedy series The Shrink In B6 starring Shayla Love Washington.
Washington plays psychology school dropout and fired waitress Nadia West. As a twenty-something trying to navigate her way through a quarter-life crisis, West is forced…
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