Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Dr. Boyce Watkins Joins Dear Diary Productions To Executive Produce "Father's Day? Film

( July 19, 2011 --
Dr Boyce Watkins agrees to sign on and join Ashley Shante' & Squeaky Moore ; the ladies of Dear Diary Productions to Executive Produce short film "Fathers Day?" This much anticipated film is a follow up to the viral internet sensation- PSA "64". The film stars, Justiin A. Davis (Boardwalk Empire), Roz Coleman (Frankie & Alice), Lawrence Saint Victor (Guiding Light), & the ladies of Dear Diary Productions themselves, Ashley Shanté & Squeaky Moore.

Dr. Boyce Watkins & Dear Diary Productions; a powerful, oxymoron pair, has plans to take the social conscious, and entertainment tuned world by storm. The marrying of the two minds' objective, is to put shame on this despicable epidemic of fatherlessness while restoring hope and being an unsilenced voice to all those effected.

Dr. Boyce Watkins, often referred to as; "The People's Scholar" is an American author, economist, political analyst, and social commentator. Watkins makes regular appearances in various national media outlets, including CNN, Good Morning America, MSNBC, Fox News, BET, NPR, Essence Magazine, USA Today,etc.

Dear Diary Productions is a film production company founded by Actress; Ashley Shante’ (Executive Producer) and joined later by Actress; Squeaky Moore (Executive Producer). Dear Diary Productions is dedicated to highlighting stories told through truth, passion and creative expression. Their niche is shedding light on social issues that affect the hearts of everyday people.

You may ask "What does this oxymoron pair have in common?" Though in all very different ways, each grew up fatherless.

Principal Photography begins mid-August in New York City. Stay tuned for details about the completion of the film and screening information.

•According to 2009 U.S. Census Bureau data, over 24 million children live apart from their biological fathers.
•That is 1 out of every 3 (33%) children in America.

•1 in 4 (25%) white children live in father-absent homes. In 1960, only 11% of children lived in father-absent homes.
•One in three (34%) Hispanic children.
•Nearly 2 in 3 (64%) African American children live in father-absent homes.

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