Superior movies don't come solely out of Hollywood or New York. The DMV area has produced and continues to produce fantastic films. "Bachelorette’s Degree" is one such film. Directed by director and actor Altorro Prince Black, "Bachelorette’s Degree" explores the lives of three Black, upwardly mobile women living in the Nation's Capitol.
"You are going to learn something when you walk out," said lead actress Melan Perez who plays Dennie Lewis, a publicist for a national TV personality.
"It's going to remind you of how precious time is. There is no time to waste. It's something you are going to watch again and again," Perez added.
The company behind the film, One30 Media, LLC, explains "Bachelorette’s Degree" this way:
“Bachelorette’s Degree” is an independent feature film production. This steamy romantic comedy/drama, set in Washington, D.C., explores the dynamics of love and sincere friendship, tested by unexpected circumstances. The film stars three beautiful, successful women whose lives are full of possibilities as they debunk the notion of women racing for the marriage altar. Instead, “Bachelorette’s Degree” tells the other side of the story:
Dennie Lewis is a publicist for a national television personality. Jasmine Dominguez has just finished law school and is eager to get her career started. Kerra Carter is a seasoned middle school teacher. Join them on their hilarious, heart-touching journey in “Bachelorette’s Degree.”
“BACHELORETTE’S DEGREE” PREMIERES - SATURDAY, DEC. 7, 2013!
Where: Angelika Film Center & Cafe (Angelika Mosaic) 2911 District Ave (@ Lee Hwy & Gallows Rd), Fairfax, VA 22031
Red carpet arrivals: 12:00 p.m.
Showtimes: 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Visit www.one30media.com for details on purchasing movie tickets.