Digital Lives Matter

Actress Terri J. Vaughn (Girlfriends’ Getaway franchise, “The Steve Harvey Show,” “Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns”) makes her directorial debut in a guaranteed classic #DigitalLivesMatter, starring social media giants DC Young Fly (3.2 million followers) and Emmanuel Hudson (1.5 million followers).

 

It premieres at American Black Film Festival June 2016 and will simultaneously be available for streaming via www.digitallivesmatter.com.

 

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With crazy, hilarious antics and memorable one liners reminiscent of the movie Friday and a storyline that defines a generation like House Party#DigitalLivesMatter is certain to be in the “Top Ten” of fans’ favorite comedy films.

 

DC Young Fly is on top of the world with over 3 million Instagram followers, and his fame is growing with every post. However, when this social media influencer crosses the wrong computer geek, all hell breaks loose and DC wakes up to find all his followers are gone! This catastrophe couldn’t happen on a worse day! DC has a career-changing audition, and he actually needs at least a million followers to even get in the door. DC has one day to find his followers, get them back, and make it to his audition.

 

Immediately, DC enlists the help of his best friend Theo (Emmanuel Hudson), and the neighborhood tech genius to help him get his followers back. Throughout the day, DC receives DMs from a mysterious Simon who sends him on a variety of comical tasks to do favors for his followers. With every hilarious occurrence, DC realizes his social media influence and that those who follow him are real people. By the end of the day, DC learns that Digital Lives Matter!

 

About the Filmmakers

 

The film is written, directed and produced by Nina Holiday Entertainment (NHE). For over a decade, Terri J. Vaughn, Cas Sigers Beedles and Rikki Hughes have produced nine (9) television projects with each reaching over 2 million viewers. Girlfriends’ Getaway was a major success for NHE and TV One, which led to the successful sequel. Their film, Sugar Mommas, received a 44th NAACP Image Award nomination in the “Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special” category.

 

For more information about #DigitalLivesMatter, please visit: www.digitallivesmatter.com.

For more information about Nina Holiday Entertainment, please visit: www.ninaholidayentertainment.com.

 

Vahnesa Jourdan

Executive Assistant

A college senior who's counting down the months until GRADUATION! I love everything that has to deal with God, music, culture, marketing, and Diddy! CULT is the definition of who I am right now; a girl trying to get rid of her tom boyish ways. Think of me as your girl next door; a little wild and always sweet.