The American Black Film Festival is an independent film festival that focuses on movies produced or targeted at the black community worldwide. It is held annually in November to recognize the works of actors and actresses of African descent and movies that portray the black experience. Ahead of this year’s edition of the festival which comes from November 3 to 28, 2021, Gregg DaCosta has announced that his web series ‘THERAPY’ is among the movies that would be screened.
‘THERAPY’, which stars Giovanni Marine, Julian Kingston, Melissa Sarai, and Gregg DaCosta, is a series on multiple issues including dealing with mental health, verbal abuse, Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sexual abuse, and much more. Millions of people all over the world, especially in black communities, are living in silence as regards these issues and Gregg’s ‘THERAPY’ offers an insight into these challenges and possible solutions.
Gregg DaCosta has hinted the production of a Horror/Suspense feature film dubbed “Guilty Conscience’. The movie is currently in preproduction stages and is expected to be released towards the first quarter of 2022. To facilitate the funding of ‘Guilty Conscience,’ Gregg DaCosta would organize a crowdfunding campaign so the team can produce the movie.
About Gregg DaCosta
Gregg DaCosta is an established writer, actor, producer and director, who has won several film festival awards along with having multiple work televised across North America. His efforts are unmatched with a resilience in pushing forward on his journey to tell the world his many stories through film.
As a motivated and passionate story teller, he’s always looking for new challenges and opportunities. His passion for the arts started at a young age, and he has grown to become a skilled and recognized filmmaker.
To see some of Gregg’s works and learn more about him, please visit http://www.greggdacostastudios.com.