Lostkite Production Premieres Short Film and Discussion, 'Joy'

Lostkite Production Premieres Short Film and Discussion, 'Joy'

Mental health is a critical issue in the community. Without it, people cannot function properly. 

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On Friday, September 28 at the Auburn Research Library in Atlanta, Georgia, Lostkite Productions held a discussion and premiered their film, "Joy", centered around mental health and healing. The Black Rose Foundation for Children was the presenting sponsor for the event. 

On behalf of Purposely Awakened, Antonio Shalom, attended the premiere which he reported was very much needed in the community and was well attended with Atlanta professionals and community members. 

Photo Credit: Antonio Henderson (Shalom)

The discussion featured guest speakers which included: Dr. Fiyah Oates, Dr. Sheila Fleeming-Hunter and Warren Mitchell, LCSW. Guests also were able to indulge in tasty treats by Sweet Cravings while listening to the sounds of Jason Vaughn and Cam Cullers prior to the show and discussion. 

For those who missed this event, check out a few recap photos below. For additional information on the film, please visit www.lostkiteproductions.com

Naomi K. Bonman is the founder and editorial director of Purposely Awakened, a digital media agency for millennial activist and change agents of color. A digital media maven at heart, Naomi is also a journalist, screenwriter and digital content creator. Originally from Southern California, Naomi received her B.A. in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in Journalism from Clark Atlanta University and her Masters of Public Administration from Keller School of Management of DeVry University.