Ep. 4 Frank Faucette
The Black Hollywood Think Tank Episode 04 Frank Faucette FRANK FAUCETTE is an actor and filmmaker, and a graduate of New York University Tisch School of the Arts, Masters in Fine Arts program. He also trained at the Oxford School of Drama and Virginia Commonweath University. In 2013, Frank established Black Hollywood, as a social-conscious arts movement with a desire to change and positively influence the landscape of films depicting images of the African Diaspora, while rekindling the dominance and quality of all filmmaking. Frank Faucette most recently completed the screenplay, Iniquities, a feature film currently in development. Frank has extensive production experience working on various independent films that have screened at various festivals including BET’s Urbanworld Film Festival, American Black Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, and Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival. As an actor Frank has credits in film, television, and theater including Film: CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story (VH1), Truth Hall (BET), Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property (PBS), and Sally Hemmings: An American Scandal (CBS); Television: Meet the Browns (TBS), Everybody Hates Chris (CW), Criminal Minds (CBS), and Cold Case (CBS); Theater: Much Ado About Nothing (Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival), Flight (Kirk Douglas Theatre/CTG), Huck and Holden (Black Dahlia Theatre), Broke-ology (Hartford TheaterWorks), and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Richmond Shakespeare Festival). Frank Faucette also serves as Chairman and CEO at 7th Generation Productions. Opening theme by Digital Droo provided by Mevio’s Music Alley.