David's Reverie

David's Reverie (Brandon Fobbs "The Wire", "Walking Dead") tells the story about a jazz trumpet player who struggles to prevent his epilepsy diagnosis from derailing his emerging career.  A USC Thesis Film directed by Neil Creque Williams



 Neil Creque Williams (Writer/Director)

Neil Creque Williams (Director) - @Creque

has directed original content for 20th Century Fox, USC Athletics and Duke University. In 2005, a short film he directed, “Super Size Me and Copyright Law”, was a finalist in the international Duke Law/ Full Frame Documentary Festival’s Moving Image Contest. In 2007, a documentary he produced and directed on Durham’s Black Wall Street, “The Silver Rights Movement”, screened at Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies. This documentary received a Mary Duke Biddle Foundation Grant, The John Hope Franklin Award and the Edward H. Benenson Art Award. That year, Neil was appointed to the board of Working Films, a non- profit organization that links non-fiction film with cutting-edge activism. He is currently serving his 3rd three-year term.



Earned his Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of Southern California’s prestigious School of Cinematic Arts where he was the 2011 recipient of the Edward Thomas Troutner Award and the Dana & Albert R. Broccoli Award. Currently Krause’s work in both short and feature length formats can be seen in festivals throughout the world and include films such as “Double or Nothing” (Written by Neil LaBute, starring Adam Brody, Louisa Krause and Keith David; Official Selection: Tribeca Film Festival), “What to Bring to America” (Official Selection: Austin Film Festival, Artivist Film Festival, Monaco Charity Film Festival). Driven to bolster emotionally compelling narratives with strong visual language, Krause ultimately strives to fully develop the personal stories of life’s unique characters. 

 Nathaniel Krause

Nathaniel Krause

 Andrae Alexander

Andrae Alexander


has performed with, opened shows or recorded for artist such as Musiq, Lily Tomlin, Common, Jill Scott, The Roots and many more. He has been musical director for seven plays and performed on “The Ellen Show”, “The Today Show”, “The Jay Leno Show” and “R&B Diva’s LA”. Andrae has recently written the unofficial theme song for the city of Detroit with Grammy Winner Allee Willis. 


 Channing Godfrey Peoples

Channing Godfrey Peoples

Channing Godfrey Peoples (Producer) - @cgpeoples

is a graduate of the University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts, MFA Film Production program. Originally from Texas, she spent her childhood in community theater and has been storytelling ever since. Her films are character driven stories that focus on the resilience of the human spirit. She has experience producing, directing and writing both narrative and documentary projects. While at USC, she produced an award-winning Thesis film, ‘Kwame’ and was awarded funding to direct a documentary, ‘Carry Me Home’, about the celebratory aspects of African-American Funeral Traditions. Her narrative Thesis Film, ‘Red’, is a King Foundation/USC Award Recipient, as well as a Jury Award Winner for directing at the DGA Student Film Awards and winner of the Best Director Award at the Nevada International Film Festival. Channing has served as a Time Warner Artist-in-Residence at The Howard University Department of Radio, Television and Film, lecturing on screenwriting and directing. 


is a graduate of the University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts, MFA Film Production program. While at USC, he directed, edited and produced numerous student films, including ‘David’s Reverie’. Furthermore, he completed an internship with NBC-Universal and with Lighthearted Entertainment. Erik has over 7 years in news and media, which means he is no stranger to tight deadlines and long hours. Erik currently works for A. Smith & Co. Productions. 

 Erik Douglas

Erik Douglas

 Delmar Washington

Delmar Washington


NAACP Image Award Nominee, was born in Philadelphia, PA. He received his MFA from the University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts. He began his career at Simmons Lathan Media Group where he produced Brave New Voices (HBO) and Russell Simmons Presents: Stand Up at the El Rey (Comedy Central). Currently he is a Producer for the Africa Channel, directing and producing a sports documentary series for AT&T U-verse (featuring Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao and Canelo Alverez) and has directed and produced a six- part stand-up comedy series airing on Showtime Networks. He directed the upcoming film CHRIS’S BRISS and produced the feature film SEA HORSE (to be released this year). Delmar has directed and produced Public Service Announcements for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Girls Scouts (LA chapter), the LA Sparks and Intel. 


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Neil Creque WIlliams

Channing Godfrey Peoples
Erik Douglas
Delmar Washington

Van Alexander
Paulette Braziel
Casey O’Brien

Neil Williams
Michael Schatz

Nathaniel Krause

Satomi Mack-Martin
Kenyetta Smith

Ramin Shakibael
Jeff Cohn
Sebastien Thibeau

Diana Chao
J.R. Curry

Alex Parker
Joshua Steele
James Crawford
Ross Flemming
Christopher Kurose
Micheala Wagner
Dennis Noack
Brian Mendoza

Jeffrey Moses
Philip Bastian • Tulica Singh 
Jack Hutton • Brian Love
Lovest Watson • Tamara Mills • Marie Javdani • David J. Lee Lillian Fuentes

Nick Karagozian • Van Alexander
Natasha Ward • Keisha Washington
CGP & Van Alexander 

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