N'Zuri Za Austin
N'Zuri Za Austin is an innovative filmmaker, whose film journey began in 2014. Austin was born in Little Rock, Arkansas; however, at an early age her childhood was split between Arkansas with her mother and Newark, NJ with her father.
She first attended the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where she majored in Business. She later changed her degree to Mass Communication with an emphasis in Journalism. After being introduced to the world of filmmaking by her former professor, Kyle Trevor and mentor Skyy Banks, Austin soon realized that the true beauty of words were in the motion they created, and so set out to write life.
Roar In The Rock Films is a black female-owned production company that focuses on creating character-driven narrative films about life, about love, and about truth in the black community.
PETER! SZN 2
When 4 best friends find themselves trapped between Peter and Paul, they must decide if they will become predator or prey.
In an attempt to keep Paul at bay, best friends Kayla, De'Ana, Christa, and Teresa pull off what begins as a small string of isolated robberies before successfully pulling off their biggest and most dangerous heist of all time.
While still reeling from the assault of a local teenager, another tragedy hits a small community. The residents poetic cry for justice echo through the corridor of time, bridging the gap between what was, and what still is.
Fragments of a Reflection is a collection of short stories and poetry that narrate the lives of five women who appear to be beautiful, successful, and emotionally strong. The women, however, conscious of their internal truth, know they are nothing more than what the mirror says they are.
When 8 year old Kizzi is teased for bringing her uncle to the father daughter dance, she soon realizes how important having a father is, and wonders why she doesn't have one.
When leaving isn’t an option. Unspoken Truth is a short film on domestic violence.
National Black Film Festival
ABFF TV ONE Screenplay Competition
Visual Radio Network Festival