BERNARD S. GRAY
Storytelling has always been my life. As a child I told them to get out of trouble. As a young adult I told them to entertain those around me. As an adult I tell them to spark conversations and present points of views that are often overlooked in our society.
My stories challenge and inspire. Evoke feelings of uneasiness and hope. Educate and entertain. Storytelling is my passion and purpose.
I love the creative process and working with other creatives to tell amazing stories about where we’ve been, where we’re going, and how we’ll get there. This is my passion; my life.
My professional journey began when I was hired to co-adapt the book “Third and Indiana”, by Steve Lopez into a play with Aaron Posner of the Arden Theatre, at the age of 17.
Since that time I’ve worked on feature films, short films, commercial videos, music videos, and television shows as a Producer, Director, Editor, and Colorist.
A male model, tired of taking off his shirt, turns down a career making opportunity to pursue a less demeaning career in acting against the will of his nymphomaniac agent.
This documentary reveals how a talented, thriving, and proud minority community has gone from being on the grand stage into a “Black Box”.
Aging, once hot novelist Michael Asher, and perky, pretty, young computer technician Stephanie, begin to discover that neither of them is truly who the other thought they were.
BOTTLE OF RED
Monique struggles to maintain her grasp on reality after the death of her best friend. She is forced to confront an unspeakable truth; a shattering secret that threatens more than just her sanity, it threatens her life.
Four college friends meet to plot the murder of the hot chick on campus.
Before they can execute their plan they must deal with a traitor amo
Marcus believes life is meant to be lived they way he wants it and he can take whatever he deems necessary. Soon he will find out that everything has a cost.