Outstanding Writing in a Television Movie or Special
A Wesley Christmas (BET Networks)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Television Movie, Limited-Series or Dramatic Special
Terrence “TC” Carson
A Wesley Christmas (BET+)
OCTFME RECOGNIZES BREE WEST AS THE MARCH 2022 FILMMAKER OF THE MONTH
“Words fail to convey how honored I am to be recognized as OCTFME’s Filmmaker of the Month, especially during Women’s Month. It is a genuine privilege to be recognized for excelling, while pursuing your passion and leaving a legacy for those who will follow,” said Bree West.
Washington, DC – The District of Columbia Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment (OCTFME) is pleased to recognize BREE WEST as the March 2022 Filmmaker of the Month.
“This is special…to be named the January 2020 Filmmaker of the Month by the DC Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment. I’m just a guy from the DMV trying to make some things happen and really bring some entertainment back to the city and make us look good,” said Chuck. He continued, “Thank you to Mayor Bowser and Director Angie Gates and her team for their support. I am proud I can show what we’re doing on the producing level, then maybe we can bring more filmmakers to DC and also raise up more filmmakers from the DMV to get to the level where we’re doing more films for television networks and also taking films to the theater.”
Chuck is a nationally accomplished producer in the worlds of Broadway and urban theater as well as the film industry. A former college basketball star who had the foresight to earn his degree in Finance with a concentration in Accounting from American University, West started his career as a financier and partner, producing the landmark plays of the acclaimed playwright, film writer and director, David E. Talbert. This partnership catapulted the duo into the forefront of mainstream urban theater, where the young producer quickly became the industry’s standout leader specializing in the urban market. Chuck is responsible for producing productions such as David E. Talbert’s, “He Say, She Say… But What Does God Say?” starring Kirk Franklin; Ntozake Shange’s Tony Award-winning play, and “For Colored Girls Who Consider Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf” starring Jackee Harry.
OCTET is pleased to announce its partnership with the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation’s Inaugural Can We Talk? Conference and Benefit Dinner on June 7th-9th, 2019. As the In-House production company. OCTET takes joy in combatting mental illness and supporting mental health.
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