Jennifer Gordon Thompson and The Horne Brothers are pleased to announce an exclusive screening of the critically acclaimed documentary, “The Start of Dreams”. The screening will take place on Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 7 PM at the theatre of the Southwest Arts Center. Admission is $10 or Free when you bring an unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots. The Southwest Arts Center is located at 915 New Hope Rd, Atlanta, GA 30331. To attend please RSVP to email@example.com . RSVP’s are required no later than December 5, 2013.
“…a joyous, uplifting film that beautifully captures Leon’s artistic spirit down to his sneakers.” – Atlanta Magazine
“The Start Of Dreams”, produced by Jennifer Gordon Thompson and directed by The Horne Brothers, is the story of award-winning director Kenny Leon bringing aspiring teenage actors to a Broadway stage via True Colors Theatre Company’s August Wilson Monologue Competition. In a time where arts education is considered expendable, Leon is determined to use his celebrity and influence to expose kids across the country to the wonderful world of theatre, giving everyday kids the courage to dream big. “The Start of Dreams” is packed with Hollywood’s elite, including Viola Davis, Phylicia Rashad, Samuel L. Jackson and others, weighing in on this important art form and what it means to the future of our country.
About Horne Bros Films:
The Horne Brothers is an innovative entertainment and production company that focuses on creating projects that brings its audience an effervescent perspective of the film making process. They have years of experience in providing compelling commercials, ground-breaking music videos, and professional photography for both entertainment and corporate industries. Tyson, Byron and Ryon Horne have a natural knack for combining their vision along with their passion for the process of filmmaking. Their feature length documentary, “The Start of Dreams”, has been featured at the Atlanta Film Festival, the Hollywood Black Film Festival, the UrbanWorld Film Festival, the DocUtah Southern Utah International Documentary Film Festival, and the Bronzelens Film Festival where they won the 2011 Award for Best Documentary.